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MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL 2015
REPORTS BY TERRY WILLOUGHBY
Teams: Glencoe, Hatherleigh, Kalangadoo, Kongorong, Mt Burr,
Nangwarry, Port MacDonnell, Robe and Tantanoola
MT BURR TRIUMPHANT IN GRAND FINAL
by Terry Willoughby - September 21, 2015
Mt Burr were quick out of the blocks and established a lead that they never surrendered. Building on a strong defence the Mozzies negated the ruck dominance of Port Mac star Will McDonald by winning around the packs and throw-ins. Ground level ball gatherers in Clint Gallio and Jon Agnew sharked most of the hit-outs and drove Mt Burr forward. Mozzie defender’s Josh and Sam Wallis combined perfectly to restrict the influence of Port Mac forwards, particularly Dylan Bromley. Mt Burr led by 8 pts at quarter time and never allowed Port Mac to get any rhythm in their play as both sides kicked 3 goals in the 2nd term and the margin remained 9 points in Mt Burr’s favour at the main break. Veteran defender Jamie Little also figured strongly for Mt Burr and Port Mac couldn’t seem to find a way forward.
Scoring became even more difficult in the 3rd quarter but Mt Burr edged further ahead to lead by 16 points. MacDonald was trying very hard to lift Port Mac and Ben McGregor came into the game. The miserly Mt Burr defenders continued to keep the Port Mac forwards under control but a goal just minutes into the last reduced the margin to just 10 points and Port Mac had a momentary lift but a flying shot at goal seconds later missed and Mt Burr again took control. Play swung back and forth between defences as the clock ran down.
A defensive error by Port Mac saw a loose handpass land in the arms of Mt Burr’s Nic Morrison who slammed it through for a goal to seal the 2015 premiership for Mt Burr by 23 points. Mt Burr defender Josh Wallis was adjudged best on ground for his great game on Dylan Bromley whilst others to do well were speedster Dylan Ridley, Josh Fiebig, Thomas Renzi, Sam Wallis, Clint Gallio and Jon Agnew. Port Mac ‘s best were Will MacDonald, Ben McGregor, Williams, Adam Taylor and Mark Smith.
Grand Final at Robe on September 20, 2015
Best: Mt Burr - J. Wallis, D. Ridley, J. Fiebig, T. Renzi, S. Wallis, C. Gallio. Port Mac - M. Smith, W. Macdonald, Z. Williams, B. McGregor, A. Taylor. Goals: Mt Burr - D. Ridley 3, T. Renzi 2, J. Gregory, T. Redden, J. Agnew, N. Morrison, C. Gallio, F. Scanlon. Port Mac - D. Bromley 3, K. Mcclean, B. McGregor, L. McIntyre, M. Smith, R. Povey
KALANGADOO NOT WORTH A ZAC AS MT BURR WIN BERTH IN GRAND FINAL
Kalangadoo had much the better of Mt Burr in the 1st half of the Prelim final. The Magpies led narrowly at quarter time but kicked only one goal with Mt Burr battling hard to keep them out. The Magpies started to get on target in the 2nd term with Lachy Jones winning in the midfield and defenders, Dallas Jeffree and James Hunter doing well across half-back. Hard-working Clint Gallio and Tom Renzi were doing everything possible to keep Mt Burr in touch but Kalangadoo looked more impressive although they suffered a major blow when full-back James Pratt was injured.
Mt Burr started the second half 15 points in arrears but suddenly rediscovered their earlier form with Jack Gregory and Tom Fennell taking control against a re-cast Magpie defence. Piling on 6 goals to a solitary one from Kalangadoo saw the Mozzies storm to lead and suddenly it was Kalangadoo who were under the pump. They had some tired and injury worried players as Mt Burr continued to use the ball better and outrun them to lead by 17 points at the last change. Kalangadoo battled hard to get back in the game in the last quarter but Mt Burr now had their foot on the throat and when youngster Zac Watson nailed a crucial goal the margin and time weighed against them. Mt Burr led by 15 points and resisted any late challenges to win their way through to next week’s Grand Final against Port MacDonnell at Robe. Better players for the Mozzies were Gallio, Dylan Ridley, Fennell, Taylor Redden, Renzi, Gregory with 5 goals and Zac Watson. Kalangadoo, unbalanced by injury, were best served by Jones, Ben Mules, Hunter, Michael Krieger who booted 4 goals and Jeffree.
Preliminary Final at Glencoe on September 12, 2015
Best: Mt Burr - Dylan Ridley, Clinton Gallio, Thomas Fennell, Taylor Redden, Thomas Renzi, Jack Gregory. Kalangadoo : Lachlan Jones, Ben Mules, James Hunter, Michael Krieger, Dallas Jeffree, Patrick Davies. Goals: Mt Burr - Jack Gregory 5, Dylan Ridley 2, Clinton Gallio 2, Thomas Hales 1, Zac Watson 1, Thomas Renzi 1, Brodie Hennink 1. Kalangadoo : Michael Krieger 4, Ben Mules 2, Michael Durbidge 2, Lachlan Jones 1, Bradley Auld 1, Anthony Kilsby 1
PORT MACDONNELL CONFIRM FLAG FAVORTISM IN WIN OVER MT BURR
September 7, 2015
Port Mac overcame a determined Mt Burr to advance to the Grand Final with a narrow, hard fought 11 point win over Mt Burr in the 2nd semi-final. Mt Burr had the better of play in the 1st quarter with on-ballers Gallio and Jon Agnew doing well around the stoppages and Jamie Little solid in defence. They led by 9 points entering the 2nd term but Port mac now got more of the ball with Mail Medallist Will McDonald now exerting a strong influence and Riley Chant doing well in defence. Port Mac added 4 goals but Mt Burr matched them and the lead was 12 points in their favour at the long break.
Port Mac hit the front in the 3rd quarter when they made the most of their chances near goal where Dylan Bromley was monstering the Mozzie defenders and the unlikely Luke McIntyre was chipping with goals. Mt Burr sprayed some of their shots wide and Port Mac took a narrow 4point lead into the last quarter. Both teams looked likely to win at stages of the final term but it was Port Mac’s finishing at the goal-front that proved decisive. Six goals from 9 shots against a wayward 4 from 10 by Mt Burr had the Bay boy’s ahead by 11 points at the finish of a high scoring and entertaining clash. Better players for Port Mac were veteran Ryan Fox, Mark Smith, ruckman Will McDonald, key forward Dylan Bromley who booted 8 goals, Chant and Feast with a special mention to Luke McIntyre who slipped under the radar with 4 goals. Mt Burr lost few admirers in defeat but now face a resurgent Kalangadoo in next week’s Prelim Final. Their best were the hard-working Clint Gallio and Jon Agnew, Jamie Little, ruckman Nic Morrison, Jake Dowdy and Tyler Stanley.
PORT MACDONNELL 18-9 117 NARROWLY OVER MT BURR 15-16 106
Second Semi Final on September 5, 2015
Best: Port MacDonnell - R. Fox, M. Smith, W. Macdonald, D. Bromley, R. Chant, J. Feast. Mt Burr - C. Gallio, J. Agnew, J. Little, N. Morrison, J. Dowdy, T. Stanley. Goals: Port Mac - D. Bromley 8, L. McIntyre 4, M. Lewis 3, B. McGregor, B. Creek, A. Taylor. Mt Burr - D. Ridley 4, J. Gregory 4, J. Agnew 2, T. Renzi 2, T. Redden, B. Hennink, N. Morrison
MAGPIES SWOOP SEMI-FINAL
August 31, 2015
Kalangadoo started the First-semi at a blistering pace that all but ended any chance of a Glencoe recovery. With a dominating mid-field and on-ball brigade in every move, the Magpies charged forward where Anthony Kilsby gleefully accepted the opportunities. Krieger and Auld sparkled across the middle and Glencoe watched on as the goals piled up. Quick ball movement and good foot skills paved the way for Kalangadoo to race to a 44 point lead.
The 2nd quarter saw Kalangadoo continue to pile on the goals but at least Glencoe were now offering stronger opposition through Kasparian and Zacc Cocks gave them something to aim at in attack but they couldn’t make any real impact on the scoreboard where Kalangadoo had edged further ahead to lead by 52 points at ½ time. John Mules and his coach brother Ben were strong contributors for Kalangadoo and Kilsby continued to kick goals.
Glencoe mounted a challenge in the 3rd term and got on terms with Kalangadoo but they had a big mountain to climb. Kasparian continued to play well for Glencoe and now Clay von Duve and Josh Reader came into the game with veteran defender Adam Price holding out many Magpie forward moves. Kicking eight goals to just one from Kalangadoo saw Glencoe reduce the margin to just 10 points at ¾ time but they had spent a lot of gas along the way. Cocks and McRae got some space around the goal but they now needed to do it again.
When Cocks booted the 1st goal of the last quarter Glencoe were within a kick but Kalangadoo suddenly found another gear and burst away with 7 unanswered goals to win convincingly in the end by 50 points. The dreadlocked Kilsby finished with 10 goals and was a constant threat that Glencoe couldn’t contain, the Mules brothers John and Ben played well, and youngsters Krieger and Jones added value to their good games with 3 goals each as Kalangadoo now look ahead to the preliminary final. Glencoe’s season might have ended abrupointly but they didn’t surrender meekly. Better players for Glencoe were Kasparian, Cocks with 5 goals, von Duve, Price and Reader.
KALANGADOO 22-15 147 TOO STRONG FOR GLENCOE 15-7 97
First Semi Final at Mt Burr on August 29, 2015
Best: Kalangadoo - A. Lyon, J. Mules, B. Auld, B. Mules, A. Kilsby, L. Jones. Glencoe – D. Childs, A. Price, M. Kasparian, C. Von Duve, Z. Cocks, J. Reader. Goals: Kalangadoo - Anthony Kilsby 10, M. M. Krieger 3, L. Jones 3, M. Durbidge 2, B. Mules, A. Lyon, T. Williams, J. Casey. Glencoe - Z. Cocks 5, A. Hentschke 3, M. McRae 3, J. Carter 2, M. Kasparian, K. Clark
GLENCOE SIZZLE, TANTANOOLA FIZZLE
August 24, 2015
Tantanoola only needed a win against wooden-spooners, Nangwarry to get back into the top four or so it seemed, but another surprise result conspired to keep them out. Tant fulfilled their part by dutifully thrashing Nangwarry by 146 points which was Nangwarry’s smallest losing margin in over a month but elsewhere Glencoe tipped out flag fave’s Mt Burr. Deflated was all you could say about Tant who last 4 games have been a disaster after being in the top 4 for all but 2 rounds.
TANTANOOLA 26-20 176 EASILY OVER NANGWARRY 4-6 30
Kalangadoo had a comfortable 81 point win over Robe to tune up nicely for next week’s 1st semi-final. Coach Ben mules and his brother John headed the best players along with Dallas Jeffree. The usual battlers in Kelly, Dawson and Coxon tried hard for Robe.
KALANGADOO 21-10 136 TOO GOOD FOR ROBE 8-7 55
Hatherleigh had an easy 70 point win over the disappointments, Kongorong, to end their season on a high. Hatherleigh went further at every change and were never in danger. Sneath and Wight kicked 4 goals each for the winners and Watson, Faulkner, Skeer and Sullivan headed the best players. Evans, Lightbody and Blackwell were best for Kongorong.
HATHERLEIGH 19-15 129 DEFEATED KONGORONG 8-11 59
Glencoe pulled off a major upset when they defeated Mt Burr by 27 points and in doing so stayed in top four and will play in next week’s knock-out 1st semi-final. The game was hard fought in the 1st half and the lead changed hands often but Mt Burr had their noses in front at quarter and half-time but only just. Glencoe were playing their most competitive football for the season with a finals berth up for grabs. Hentschke and Clay von Duve were handy around goal for Glencoe but star on-baller Clint Gallio was in everything for Mt Burr. Glencoe broke the game open in the 3rd quarter with 6 goals from seven scoring shots whilst Mt Burr misfired badly whenever they went forward by kicking 8 consecutive behinds. Gallio and fellow on-baller Jon Agnew were the driving force for Mt Burr but it was Glencoe who now led by 24 points at ¾ time. Glencoe now only had to maintain the momentum to cause a boil-over. Mt Burr’s dismal goal-kicking continued when they added only one in 4 attempts in the last quarter and even though Glencoe fared little better it was enough. Hentscke and von Duve each booted 4 goals for Glencoe whilst best players were Cocks, Clay von Duve, Ed Trupp, Childs and Kasparian. Mt Burr’s best were Gallio who booted 5 of his teams 7 goals, Jon Agnew, Josh and Steve Wallis , and Morrison. Maybe a job for the form police here after recent results but it was Glencoe’s day
GLENCOE 13-12 90 DEFEATED MT BURR 7-21 63
Round 18 - August 22, 2015
Best: Kalangadoo - B. Mules , J. Mules , D. Jeffree , J. Bannister , A. Kilsby , J. Davies. Robe - Jack Kelly, Jaryd Dawson, Dylan Coxon, Jordan Pettit, Riley Dickinson. Goals: Kalangadoo - A. Kilsby 9, M. Krieger 4, T. Williams 2, J. Casey , J. Davies , M. Durbidge , J. Hunter , S. Mcmanus , L. Jones. Robe - Jack Kelly 3, Jack Sneath 2, Riley Dickinson 1, Jordan Pettit 1, Nick Cane 1
Best: Glencoe - Clay Von Duve, Zacc Cocks, Edward Trupp, Matthew Kasparian, Dylan Childs, Ricky Dalby. Mt Burr : Clinton Gallio, Jonathan Agnew, Josh Wallis, Samuel Wallis, Nicholas Morrison, Jamie Little. Goals: Glencoe - Alex Hentschke 4, Clay Von Duve 4, Michael McRae 2, Dane Paproth 1, Adam Price 1, Zacc Cocks 1. Mt Burr : Clinton Gallio 5, Thomas Renzi 1, Jack Gregory 1
Best: Hatherleigh - Todd Watson, Matt Faulkner, Jack Skeer, Jack Sullivan, Josh Wight, Brett Sneath. Kongorong : Harrison Evans, Aaron Lightbody, Jake Blackwell, Robert Hein, Dwayne Phillips. Goals: Hatherleigh - Brett Sneath 4, Brad Wight 4, Thomas Agnew 2, Matt Faulkner 2, Jack Sullivan 2, Dylan Clough 2, Matthew Fabris 1, Josh Wight 1, Jed Telfer 1. Kongorong - Shaun Phillips 3, Bryn Weaver 2, Jake Blackwell 1, Nick Ham 1, Joshua Wright 1
Best: Tantanoola - Chris Hale, Caleb Williams, Troy Hatt, Dylan Tincknell, Zac Walker, Braydn Reilly. Nangwarry : Craig Lock, Aiden Paprotny , Adam Gartside, Matthew Fatchen, Craig Hicks, Nickolas Rowe. Goals: Tantanoola - Braydn Reilly 4, Troy Hatt 4, Christopher Hatt 4, Chris Hale 3, Cohen Williams 2, Caleb Williams 1, Lyndon Smith 1, Marc Roberts 1, Ethan Glass Reilly 1, Hayden Brown 1, Bryce Radley 1, Ben Chant 1, Dustin Knaggs 1, Scott Varcoe 1. Nangwarry - Nickolas Rowe 1, Matthew Fatchen 1, Aiden Paprotny 1, Craig Lock 1
ONE UPSET AND THREE THRASHINGS
by Terry Willoughby, August 17, 2015
Mt Burr tuned up nicely for the finals with a 176 point thrashing over Kongorong who hoisted the white flag before half-time when they trailed by 61 points. The massacre continued in the 2nd half when Mt Burr piled on 13 goals to one in the last quarter. Fourteen players got on the score sheet for Mt Burr but key forward Jack Gregory only booted 2 of them. Best for Mt Burr were nearly everyone whilst for Kongorong it was practically no one.
MT BURR 31-24 210 THRASHED KONGORONG 5-4 34
Port MacDonnell were another team to have what could be described as a training run with a 180 point walk in the park against Nangwarry. Dylan Bromley’s longshot chance of a century of goals now looks forlorn as he only managed 12 whilst his team-mates slammed home another 21. Big Will MacDonald probably got another 3 votes for the Mail medal whilst it was Nangwarry’s fourth 30 goal defeat in a row.
PORT MACDONNELL 33-15 213 EASILY, NANGWARRY 5-3 33
Kalangadoo emphasised the gap between those in the top bracket and those below it with a 176 point walloping of Glencoe but surprisingly Glencoe, mathematically at least, remain in the four. The first half was competitive but Kalangadoo started to get on top just before the long break. The Glencoe defence was struggling to contain the Magpie forwards and midfielders. Kalangadoo took complete control in the third quarter with Krieger and Kilsby booting goals the margin blew out to 47 points. Kalangadoo swamped Glencoe in the last quarter with another 10 goals as Glencoe’s resistance crumbled. James Davies was best for Kalangadoo ahead of Chris Mules, veteran Michael Durbidge, Williams and Krieger who booted 8 goals. Glencoe’s battlers were Kasparian, Hawke and Zacc Cocks.
KALANGADOO 27-10 172 FAR TOO GOOD FOR GLENCOE 10-12 72
Tantanoola seem to be doing everything to avoid finals when they crashed to a 15 point loss against the under-whelming Hatherleigh. Tant led narrowly for most of the 1st half but never convincingly. They extended their 5 point lead at quarter time to 9 at the main break but Hatherleigh continued to harass them all the time. Lyndon Smith, youngster Toby Pink and veteran Adam Lindner seemed to the only ones playing with any sense of urgency with finals on the line. Hatherleigh increased their work-rate and outscored Tant in the 3rd quarter but trailed at ¾ time by one point. Tant were now in danger of defeat and Hatherleigh pressed home the advantage with four goals whilst Tant could add only one in the last quarter to win by 15 points. It was a disappointing performance by Tant who would appear to be just cannon fodder if they limp into the finals. Best for Hatherleigh were Sullivan, Watson, Wight, Faulkner and Telfer. Lyn Smith, Hale, Toby Pink and Lindner lacked enough support to get Tant home.
HATHERLEIGH 17-12 114 DEFEATED TANTANOOLA 15-9 99
Round 17 - August 15, 2015
Best: Kalangadoo - James Davies, Chris Mules, Michael Durbidge, Thomas Williams, Michael Krieger, Lachlan Jones. Glencoe : Matthew Kasparian, Trent Hawke, Zacc Cocks, Josh Reader, Edward Trupp, Clay Von Duve. Goals: Kalangadoo - Michael Krieger 8, Anthony Kilsby 4, Anthony Reynolds 3, Ben Mules 3, Michael Durbidge 2, Thomas Williams 2, Lachlan Jones 2, Jack Casey 1, Sam Mcmanus 1, Bradley Auld 1. Glencoe : Alex Hentschke 3, Adam Creek 2, Kingsley Clark 1, Patrick Mitchell 1, Tory Weaver 1, Zacc Cocks 1, Alan Kennedy 1
Best: Mt Burr - Dylan Ridley, Jake Dowdy, Jamie Little, Nathan Muhovics, Brodie Hennink, William Whitty. Kongorong : Aaron Lightbody, Harrison Evans, Matthew Lucas, Joshua Wright, Jake Blackwell. Goals: Mt Burr - Dale Bowering 6, Thomas Renzi 4, Dylan Ridley 4, Taylor Redden 4, Brodie Hennink 3, Jack Gregory 2, Nathan Muhovics 1, Samuel Wallis 1, Jake Dowdy 1, Thomas Fennell 1, Clinton Gallio 1, Cory Gamble 1, Frazer Scanlon 1, Peter Guyett 1. Kongorong : Jack Mullan 2, Shaun Phillips 2, Harrison Evans 1
Best: Hatherleigh - Jack Sullivan, Todd Watson, Brad Wight, Matt Faulkner, Sam Telfer, Thomas Agnew. Tantanoola : Lyndon Smith, Chris Hale, Toby Pink, Adam Lindner, Darcy Pink, William Fleming. Goals: Hatherleigh - Thomas Agnew 5, Brad Wight 4, Brett Sneath 2, Matt Faulkner 2, Dylan Clough 2, Tom Schulz 1, Jase Bateman 1. Tantanoola : Lyndon Smith 3, Chris Hale 2, Jason Dawe 2, Braydn Reilly 1, Christopher Hatt 1, Ethan Glass Reilly 1, Toby Pink 1, Cohen Williams 1, Adam Lindner 1, Troy Hatt 1
Best: Port Mac - William Macdonald, Mark Smith, Matthew Roscow, Dylan Bromley, Malcolm Lewis, Zack Williams. Nangwarry : Craig Lock, Ben Dinnison, Matthew Fatchen, Karl Schaefer, Aiden Paprotny , Jake McKeon. Goals: Port Mac - Dylan Bromley 12, Malcolm Lewis 7, Luke McIntyre 3, William Macdonald 3, Mark Smith 2, Liam Kemp 1, Ryan Fox 1, Adam Taylor 1, Riley Chant 1, Rhys Timms 1, Rohan Povey 1. Nangwarry : Craig Lock 2, Brent Reddan 1, Aiden Paprotny 1, Jake McKeon 1
TOP THREE MILES AHEAD OF THE REST
August 10, 2015
Perennial under-achievers, Kongorong were again smashed by a top four team in Kalangadoo. The reigning premiers wasted no time in asserting their authority on the game and led at every change and were never seriously challenged. The game was a nice little tune-up for the Magpies who led by 76 points at the ½ time break. Anthony Kilsby returned to his earlier goal-kicking form and finished with 7 whilst Michael Krieger and coach Ben Mules booted 5 each. Jones, Brad Auld and Tom Williams dominated across the midfield for Kalangadoo. Kongorong scarcely had a strong contributor.
KALANGADOO 26-18 174 THRASHED KONGORONG 6-5 41
Fourth placed Tantanoola succumbed meekly to Mt Burr by 67 points. The Mozzies piled on 7 goals to lead by 34 points at quarter time and have the game under control. Tant put a brake on the scoring in the 2nd quarter but could not close down Mt Burr completely. Ruckman Nic Morrison was in good touch for Mt Burr and Clint Gallio won handsomely around the mid-field. Mt Burr had many goal-kicking options in Jack Gregory, Dale Bowering and Taylor Redden who each booted 4 but many others also featured as the Mozzies raced a 74 point lead at the last change. Tantanoola hardly dented the Mt Burr defence in the first three quarters but added 6 goals in the final term as Mt Burr coasted home by 67 points. Best for Mt Burr were Morrison, Gallio, Brodie Hennink, Dylan Ridley and Dowdy. It was a different story for Tant with youngster Toby Pink their best ahead of battlers, Stringer and Lyndon Smith.
MT BURR 22-10 142 EASILY OVER TANTANOOLA 10-15 75
In another one-sided game Port MacDonnell demolished Hatherleigh after a competitive first half. Port Mac got on top late in the second term after Hatherleigh kept in touch with straight-kicking. The half time margin was 17 points in favour of Port Mac and they piled on the goals in the 3rd quarter as Hatherleigh fell away badly. Dylan Bromley was unstoppable at full forward for Port Mac and bagged 13 goals against the hapless Hatherleigh defenders. Port Mac finished off with a lazy 6 goals in the final term to win by 74 points. Best for Port Mac was obviously Dylan Bromley, Tom Sullivan, Ryan Fox, Justin Bromley and Luke McIntyre. Hatherleigh’s battlers were Faulkner, Bateman, Jack Sullivan and Matt Fabris.
PORT MACDONNELL 20-14 134 TOO GOOD FOR HATHERLEIGH 9-6 60
Glencoe, needing to keep winning to remain in the hunt for 4th spot were seriously challenged throughout by the improved Robe. Trailing by two points at quarter-time was not a good look for Glencoe but they slammed on 8 goals to three and hold a 31 point lead at ½ time. Alex Hentschke at half forward was good whilst Adam Creek and Nick Martin gave valuable support around the goals. Robe hit back strongly in the 3rd term and again hit the front near ¾ time with goal-kicking mid-fielder Nick Cane leading the way and defenders Kelly and Dawson closing down the Glencoe forwards. Robe now led by 3 points with a quarter to play but it was Glencoe, who had plenty to play for, that prevailed. They added 5 goals against the determined Robe who added three but fell 11 points short. Best for Glencoe were Dane Paproth and Cocks in defence, Hentschke with 6 goals and Giersch. Robe’s best were Kelly, Dawson, Dickinson and Cane who booted 7 goals.
GLENCOE 18-11 119 NARROWLY OVER ROBE 16-12 108
Round 16 - August 8, 2015
Best: Kalangadoo - Lachlan Jones, Alexander Lyon, Thomas Williams, Michael Krieger, Anthony Reynolds, Bradley Auld. Kongorong : Bryn Weaver, Dwayne Phillips , Aaron Lightbody, Jake Blackwell, Legh Jenkin, Harrison Evans. Goals: Kalangadoo - Anthony Kilsby 7, Michael Krieger 5, Ben Mules 5, Thomas Williams 2, Lachlan Jones 2, James Hunter 2, Sam McManus 2, Anthony Reynolds 1. Kongorong : Joshua Wright 1, Bryn Weaver 1, Jake Blackwell 1, Dwayne Phillips 1, Jason Phillips 1, Shaun Phillips 1
Best: Mt Burr - Nicholas Morrison, Clinton Gallio, Brodie Hennink, Dylan Ridley, Jake Dowdy, Cory Gamble. Tantanoola : Toby Pink, Dylan Tincknell, Tim Stringer, Lyndon Smith, Troy Hatt, Adam Lindner. Goals: Mt Burr - Jack Gregory 4, Dale Bowering 4, Taylor Redden 4, Frazer Scanlon 3, Dylan Ridley 2, Jake Dowdy 2, Clinton Gallio 1, Cory Gamble 1, Thomas Fennell 1. Tantanoola : Toby Pink 2, Troy Hatt 2, Jason Dawe 2, Braydn Reilly 2, Christopher Hatt 1, Zeke Courbois 1
Best: Port Mac - Dylan Bromley, Tom Sullivan, Ryan Fox, Justin Bromley, Luke McIntyre, Mark Smith. Hatherleigh : Matt Faulkner, Jase Bateman, Jack Sullivan, Matthew Fabris, Brett Sneath, Jason Faulkner. Goals: Port Mac - Dylan Bromley 13, Malcolm Lewis 2, Scott Enderl 1, Wade Chant 1, Justin Bromley 1, William Macdonald 1, Luke McIntyre 1. Hatherleigh : Caolan Buckley 3, Matt Faulkner 2, Thomas Agnew 2, Jase Bateman 1, Brett Sneath 1
Best: Glencoe - D. Paproth , A. Hentschke , Z. Cocks , S. Giersch , E. Trupp , N. Martin. Robe - J. Kelly , J. Dawson , R. Dickinson , J. Wood , J. Dunn , E. Samuel. Goals: Glencoe - A. Hentschke 6, A. Creek 4, N. Martin 4, M. McRae 2, Z. Cocks 2, M. Kasparian. Robe - A. Hentschke 6, A. Creek 4, N. Martin 4, M. McRae 2, Z. Cocks 2, M. Kasparian. Robe - N. Cane 7, R. Dickinson 3, J. Kelly 2, M. Cranage , B. Jess , J. Wood , J. Dawson
PORT MACDONNELL GO TO TOP SPOT WITH 3 ROUNDS TO PLAY
by Terry Willoughby, 3 August 2015
Port Mac led throughout against Mt Burr to win by 25 points and regain top spot after last week’s narrow loss. The bay boys had the edge on Mt Burr but the Mozzies wasted chances around goal in the first half. Blake Lynch across the mid-field and Jake Turner in defence were instrumental in the win and big Will McDonald was again in great touch, whether marking around the ground or winning at the stoppages. Mt Burr were battling hard to stay in touch but couldn’t find a winning forward. Hennink was strong in defence and on-baller Jon Agnew had plenty of touches but Port Mac combined better around the ground. Port Mac finished well with 5 goals to Mt Burr’s 3 in the last quarter to win by just over four goals. Lynch, Turner, Tom Sullivan, MacDonald and Mark Smith all played well for Port Mac , a good mix of youth and experience. Mt Burr’s best were Hennink, Agnew, Little and Tyler Stanley.
PORT MACDONNELL 12-14 86 DEFEATD MT BURR 8-13 61
Nangwarry suffered another 30 goal thashing, this time at the hands of under performing Hatherleigh. Thirteen individual goal-kickers featured for Hatherleigh who piled on 12 goals in the last quarter to win by 190 points.
HATHERLEIGH 33-18 216 THRASHED NANGWARRY 4-2 26
Tantanoola made a bold bid to cement their spot in the top four when they booted 5 goals to Kalangadoo’s one and lead by 22 points at quarter time. Kalangadoo hit back strongly in the 2nd quarter and but for inaccuracy should have been in front by half-time. Tant now had a serious challenge and although they kept in touch in the 3rd quarter Kalangadoo had looked much better with a lead of 8 points. With Chris Mules featuring strongly along with Jack Casey and Krieger booting goals the Magpies raced ahead in the final term to win by 33 points. Two recent losses have placed Tants season on a knife edge with only 3 rounds to play. Best for Kalangadoo were Chris Mules, Dylan Barlow, Casey, Krieger with 6 goals and veteran Michael Durbidge. For a disappointing Tantanoola, Dylan Tincknell, Lyndon Smith, Hale and Caleb Williams tried hard.
KALANGADOO 16-10 106 DEFEATED TANTANOOLA 11-7 73
Robe led all day to narrowly defeat Kongorong by 5 points. Pride was on the line more than anything else and Robe always held an advantage in the 1st half. Jack Kelly was doing well and provided an avenue to goal along with Nick Cane. Kongorong had many chances early on but wasted most of them. Robe’s 18 point lead at ½ time quickly disappeared when Kongorong challenged with 5 goals to two in the 3rd term to close the margin to just 4 points. Harding and Jason Phillips had revived Kongorong but Robe were hanging on. The last quarter was very tight with both teams booting four goals but it was Robe who held on to win by four. Jack Kelly booted 5 goals to be best for Robe ahead of Dunn, Peter Agnew and Pettit. For the perennial disappointers Kongorong, Aaron Harding, Jason Phillips, Blackwell and Nick Ham.
ROBE 12-11 83 NARROWLY OVER KONGORONG 11-12 78
Round 15 - August 1, 2015
Best: Robe - Jack Kelly, John Dunn, Peter Agnew, Jordan Pettit, Jaryd Dawson. Kongorong : Aaron Harding, Jason Phillips, Jake Blackwell, Nick Ham, Paul Ellis . Goals: Robe - Jack Kelly 5, Nick Cane 3, Ryan Dew 2, Peter Agnew 1, Benjamin Jess 1. Kongorong : John Simkin 5, Jason Phillips 4, Aaron Harding 1, Dwayne Phillips 1
Best: Kalanagadoo - Chris Mules, Dylan Barlow, Jack Casey, Michael Krieger, Michael Durbidge, Thomas Williams. Tantanoola : Dylan Tincknell, Lyndon Smith, Chris Hale, Caleb Williams, Zac Walker, Bryce Radley. Goals: Kalangadoo - Michael Krieger 6, Ben Mules 3, Alexander Lyon 3, Anthony Kilsby 2, Lachlan Jones 1, James Hunter 1. Tantanoola : Jason Dawe 4, Kym Dodd 2, Cohen Williams 1, Zeke Courbois 1, Tim Stringer 1, Christopher Hatt 1, Chris Hale 1
Best: Port Mac - Blake Lynch, Jake Turner, Tom Sullivan, William Macdonald, Mark Smith, Adam Taylor. Mt Burr : Brodie Hennink, Jonathan Agnew, Jamie Little, Tyler Stanley, Nicholas Morrison, Nathan Muhovics. Goals: Port Mac - Dylan Bromley 4, Kyall Mcclean 2, Adam Taylor 2, Justin Bromley 1, William Macdonald 1, Benjamin O'Dine 1, Luke McIntyre 1. Mt Burr : Jack Gregory 2, Thomas Fennell 1, Thomas Renzi 1, Dylan Ridley 1, Frazer Scanlon 1, Jonathan Agnew 1, Taylor Redden 1
Best: Hatherleigh - Matt Faulkner, Bradley Haskett, Todd Watson, Jack Sullivan, Brad Wight, Samuel Waring. Nangwarry : Matthew Fatchen, Ben Dinnison, Craig Lock, Karl Schaefer, Aidan Mills, Jake McKeon. Goals: Hatherleigh - Caolan Buckley 5, Brad Wight 5, Jase Bateman 4, Todd Watson 4, Sam Telfer 4, Bradley Haskett 2, Matt Faulkner 2, James Gilbertson 2, Tom Schulz 1, Jack Sullivan 1, Samuel Waring 1, Dylan Clough 1, Brett Sneath 1 Nangwarry : Brent Reddan 2, Craig Lock 1, Vesa Virtanen 1
WIND AND RAIN LASH MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL
KALANGADOO UPSET PORT MAC
NANGWARRY FAIL TO SCORE
July 27, 2015
Kalangadoo kicked the only goal of the last quarter to upset Port Mac in the game of the round. Wind, rain and some hail combined to restrict any chance of a spectacle at the bay, Port Mac had first use of the strong wind which gusted in all directions at times and made reading the play difficult. Leading by 27 points at quarter time was not enough for Port Mac and despite the strong work of big Will MacDonald and battling efforts from Ryan Fox and Mark Smith, Kalangadoo had slogged their way to a 2 point lead at ½ time. Chris Mules and Dallas Jeffree used their strength to advantage and goals were like diamonds. Scoring became almost impossible after the main break and Port Mac held a one point lead at ¾ time but Kalangadoo scored what was to prove the most valuable goal of the game against the trend of play. Port Mac managed two points in the last quarter whilst Kalangadoo again kicked the only goal of the quarter to win by 6 points. Best for Kalangadoo were Chris Mules, Jeffree, Tom Williams, Hunter and MacManus. Will MacDonald was best for Port Mac ahead of Smith, Fox and Zack Williams.
KALANGADOO 6-10 46 NARROWLY OVER PORT MAC 5-10 40
Tantanoola cemented their spot in the top four with a strong win over an improved Robe. Tant quickly asserted themselves with 5 goals to two and lead by 19 points at quarter time. Tim Stringer returned to something like his best form and kept driving Tant forward where veteran coach Jason Dawe was always under notice. Tant continued to hold the upperhand and stretched the lead to 33 points at the long break. Lyndon Smith and Troy Hatt were doing well around the stoppages and also kicked valuable goals for Tant as Robe struggled to keep in touch. Robes’ resistance crumbled in the 2nd half as Tant booted 4 goals to nil and have the game sewn up. Stringer continued to rack up possessions for Tant and Dawe continued to be a pest near goal. Robe fell away badly after halftime as Tant went onto win by 68 points. Stringer, Smith, Hatt, Walker and Williams played well for Tant and Dawe booted 5 goals. Kelly, Dawson, Dunn and Agnew battled away for Robe.
TANTANOOLA 15-16 106 DEFEATED ROBE 5-8 38
Nangwarry suffered the indignity of being the first team not to score in a senior game in the South East for many years when they were comprehensively thrashed by top team, Mt Burr, by 217 points. Mt Burr went relentlessly about their work with 10 goals in each of the middle quarters and finished with 32 goals, a remarkable effort in trying conditions. Jack Gregory booted 10 to head a list of eleven goalkickers for Mt Burr.
MT BURR 32-25 217 TO NANGWARRY 0-0 0
Glencoe needed to keep winning to keep their finals hopes alive and for much of the day against Kongorong that looked unlikely. Kongorong led by 21 points at quarter time but Glencoe made better use of the wind in the 2nd term and raced to a 16 point lead heading into the 2nd half. Nick Martin had kept Glencoe in the game early and defenders Cocks and Price restricted the Kongorong forwards. The 3rd quarter saw Kongorong slam on 8 goals to just one from Glencoe and bolt to a 33 point lead and Glencoe’s finals chance seem to have been blown away. Lifting their work-rate, Glencoe kept Kongorong to a solitary point in the last quarter and steadily bridged the gap with 5 goals and plenty of behinds to win narrowly by 5 points. Best for Glencoe were Martin, Ed Trupp, Childs, Cocks and Adam Price. Kongorong were well served by Harding, Farrell, Paul Ellis and Lightbody. Despite the win Glencoe are again likely to miss finals action.
Round 14 - July 25, 2015
Best: Kalangadoo - Chris Mules, Dallas Jeffree, Thomas Williams, James Hunter, Sam Mcmanus, Jason Bannister. Port MacDonnell : William Macdonald, Ryan Fox, Mark Smith, Zack Williams, Matthew Roscow, Benjamin O'Dine. Goals: Kalangadoo - James Pratt 2, Dylan Barlow 1, Ben Mules 1, Lachlan Jones 1, Alexander Lyon 1. Port MacDonnell : Dylan Bromley 2, Scott Enderl 1, Adam Taylor 1, Justin Bromley 1
Best: Tantanoola - Tim Stringer, Lyndon Smith, Troy Hatt, Zac Walker, Caleb Williams, Hayden Brown. Robe : Jack Kelly, Jaryd Dawson, John Dunn, Peter Agnew, Nick Cane, Brodie Davis. Goals: Tantanoola - Jason Dawe 5, Troy Hatt 3, Lyndon Smith 2, Scott Varcoe 1, Caleb Williams 1, Zeke Courbois 1, Hayden Brown 1, Ben Chant 1. Robe : Ryan Dew 2, Jack Kelly 1, Riley Dickinson 1, Alex Clements 1
Best: Glencoe - Nicholas Martin, Edward Trupp, Dylan Childs, Zacc Cocks, Josh Reader, Adam Price. Kongorong : Aaron Harding, Sean Farrell, Paul Ellis, Aaron Lightbody, Joshua Wright. Goals: Glencoe - Zacc Cocks 3, Tory Weaver 2, Dylan Childs 2, Alex Hentschke 1, Tom Edwards 1, Josh Reader 1, Clay Von Duve 1, Adam Creek 1. Kongorong : Jake Blackwell 3, Joshua Wright 3, Jason Phillips 2, Jack Mullan 1, Sam Baker 1, Shaun Phillips 1, Michael Waters 1
Best: Mt Burr - Nicholas Morrison, Jack Gregory, Thomas Fennell, Clinton Gallio, Jonathan Agnew, Brodie Hennink. Nangwarry: Ben Dinnison, Craig Hicks, Matthew Fatchen, Adam Gartside, Arron Heron. Goals: Mt Burr – Jack Gregory 10, Dale Bowering 5, Thomas Renzi 4, Taylor Redden 3, Thomas Fennell 3, Clinton Gallio 2, Frazer Scanlon 1, Dylan Ridley 1, Nicholas Morrison 1, Josh Fiebig 1, Jonathan Agnew 1
TANTANOOLA TAKE A BIG HIT WITH LOSS TO GLENCOE
July 20, 2015
Glencoe may have resurrected their finals hopes when they demolished Tanatanoola by 85 points. Glencoe led for most of the first quarter but Tant kept in touch with straight kicking. Tory Weaver and Alex Hentschke loomed as big threats for the Tant defenders . Glencoe took control in the 2nd quarter, adding 7 goals to two and race to a 44 point lead at the long break. Weaver, Hentschke were on top around the goal-front for Glencoe whilst Tant struggled to find any winning forwards. Tant had the better of the 3rd quarter but Glencoe were still going strongly with Kasparian dominating at the stoppages with Cocks and Clay von Duve winning at ground level. Hale and Smith were trying hard to lift Tant and the margin was reduced to a manageable 28 points at ¾ time. Glencoe piled on 10 goals in the last term to run over Tant and keep in the race for 4th spot and the percentage boost will be useful. Best for Glencoe were von Duve, Cocks, Kasparian and Weaver who booted 8 goals. Tant fell away badly in the last quarter and only Hale, Troy Hatt, Dylan Tincknell and Smith showed much heart.
GLENCOE 26-16 172 THRASHED TANTANOOLA 14-3 87
Kalangadoo had a training run at the expense of Nangwarry with a 247 point shellacking. Kilsby booted 16 goals for the Magpies and Krieger 9 as Nangwarry provide scant resistance. Nangwarry didn’t score after ½ time as Kalangadoo piled on the goals relentlessly, finishing with a lazy 14 in the last quarter.
KALANGADOO 40-25 265 THRASHED NANGWARRY 3-0 18
Port MacDonnell raced away from the improved Robe in the 2ndterm to set up a 26 point lead. Big Wil MacDonald was again a dominant force in the ruck and around the ground whilst Dylan Bromley was more than a handful near goal. Roscow and Williams in defence closed down the Robe forwards and Nick Cane’s influence on the game for Robe was minimal. Port Mac maintained control in the 2nd half against a more determined Robe but scoring was more difficult. The margin was 37 points in Port Mac’s favour at the ¾ time break. Robe couldn’t get any closer and Port Mac again outscored Robe at the finish to win by 44 points. Bromley, with 6 goals was best for Port Mac ahead of MacDonald, Mark Smith, Roscow and Williams. Better Robe players were Agnew, Dawson, Dunn and Kelly.
PORT MACDONNELL 16-9 105 TOO GOOD FOR ROBE 9-7 61
Mt Burr bolted to a big early lead over Hatherleigh and had the game wrapped up by half-time with a 48 point lead. Hennink was rock solid in defence for the Mozzies and midfielders Jon Agnew, Gallio and ruckman Nic Morrison provided plenty of chances for key forward Jack Gregory who booted 6 goals. Hatherleigh had the better of the 3rd quarter but Mt Burr were almost in cruise mode by then. The last quarter saw both teams score freely but Mt Burr were never in danger of defeat. Hennink, Morrison, Agnew and Gallio were best for Mt Burr. Hatherleigh’s best were Faulkner, Gilbertson in defence, Schulz and Wight.
MT BURR 23-11 149 COMFORTABLY OVER HATHERLEIGH 15-11 101
Round 13 - July 18, 2015
Best: Kalangadoo - Anthony Kilsby, Bradley Auld, Michael Krieger, Lachlan Jones, Chris Mules, Sam Mcmanus. Nangwarry - Ben Dinnison, Matthew Fatchen, Karl Schaefer, Craig Hicks, Aidan Mills, Vesa Virtanen. Goals: Kalangadoo – Anthony Kilsby 16, Michael Krieger 9, Ben Mules 3, Lachlan Jones 3, Bradley Auld 2, Sam Mcmanus 2, Alexander Lyon 1, John Mules 1, Thomas Williams 1, Jack Casey 1, Jason Bannister 1. Nangwarry - Craig Hicks 1, Adam Gartside 1, Karl Schaefer 1
Best: Port Mac - Dylan Bromley, William Macdonald, Mark Smith, Matthew Roscow, Zack Williams, Kyall Mcclean. Robe : Peter Agnew, Jaryd Dawson, Dylan Coxon, John Dunn, Jack Kelly, Jakob Wood. Goals: Port Mac - Dylan Bromley 6, Justin Bromley 3, Mark Smith 2, Ben McGregor 2, James McGregor 2, Malcolm Lewis 1. Robe : Nick Cane 2, Jack Kelly 2, Tom Rechner 1, Jack Sneath 1, Dylan Coxon 1, Peter Agnew 1, John Dunn 1
Best: Glencoe - Clay Von Duve, Zacc Cocks, Matthew Kasparian, Tory Weaver, Dylan Childs, Kingsley Clark. Tantanoola : Chris Hale, Troy Hatt, Dylan Tincknell, Zeke Courbois, Lyndon Smith, Toby Pink. Goals: Glencoe - Tory Weaver 8, Joel Carter 5, Alex Hentschke 5, Zacc Cocks 3, Adam Creek 2, Dane Paproth 2, Clay Von Duve 1. Tantanoola : Christopher Hatt 2, Hayden Brown 1, Troy Hatt 1, Dustin Knaggs 1, Chris Hale 1, Toby Pink 1, Cohen Williams 1, Zeke Courbois 1
Best: Mt Burr - Brodie Hennink, Jonathan Agnew, Nicholas Morrison, Nathan Muhovics, Jack Gregory, Clinton Gallio. Hatherleigh : Matt Faulkner, James Gilbertson, Tom Schulz, Brad Wight, Matthew Fabris, Samuel Waring. Goals: Mt Burr - Jack Gregory 6, Jonathan Agnew 3, Taylor Redden 2, Thomas Fennell 2, Dylan Ridley 2, Dale Bowering 2, Jake Dowdy 1, Clinton Gallio 1, Frazer Scanlon 1, Nathan Muhovics 1, Thomas Hales 1, Josh Fiebig 1. Hatherleigh : Caolan Buckley 4, Samuel Waring 2, Matt Faulkner 2, Sam Telfer 2, Marcus Bennett 2, Ben Leopold 1, Dylan Clough 1, Bradley Haskett 1
FINAL FOUR TAKES SHAPE
July 12, 2015
Port MacDonnell’s thrashing of Glencoe has almost ended any chance of teams outside the top four from playing in finals. Glencoe were competitive only in the first quarter when they trailed Port Mac by just 13 points but from there-on it was all one way traffic! Port mac’s way of course! The bay boys kicked 13 goals to just two from Glencoe in the last three quarters to win by 80 points and lock down one of the top two positions on the ladder. The quarter time lead blew out to 31 points by the ½ time break and as it usually does at port mac, it kept blowing, to 66 points at ¾ time. Rugged Ben O’Dine used his strength to create openings for Port Mac and relished to wintery conditions to be best for Port Mac, big Will MacDonald did his medal chances no harm with a dominant display in the ruck, Jordan stark, ben McGregor and Dylan Bromley with 4 goals each were all outstanding for the winners. Glencoe had the regular core of battlers in Reader , Cocks, Childs and Hamish Medhurst.
PORT MACDONNELL 19-8 122 THRASHED GLENCOE 6-6 42
Kalangadoo heaped more pain onto Hatherleigh an easy 63 point win. Goals were hard to get in the first three quarters in the wild windy conditions but Kalangadoo were always in control. Despite not having a dominant forward the magpies had plenty of contributors who bobbed up to kick the goals whilst Hatherleigh had none. The reigning premiers steadily increased their lead and kept Hatherleigh to just two goals by ¾ time. Hatherleigh kicked a pair of token goals late but Kalangadoo had bolted with 6 goals in the final term and cement 3rd spot. Best for Kalangadoo were brad auld in the midfield, Lachie and Tyler Jones, Casey and James Hunter. For the disappointing Hatherleigh, Matt Faulkner, Telfer, Waring and Watson tried hard.
KALANGADOO 13-14 92 TOO GOOD FOR HATHERLEIGH 4-5 29
Robes improved from continued outplayed Nangwarry from start to finish to win by 94 points. They were justifiably happy with the win but should keep it in perspective because the winless Nangwarry are averaging only just over 30 points a game. Jack Sneath booted 6 goals for Robe whilst star goalkicking mid-fielder took a backseat ride, others to play well were John Dunn, Jack Kelly and Jaryd Dawson. Ben Dinnison, Craig Lock and Craig Hicks again slogged it out for Nangwarry.
ROBE 17-10 112 OVERPOWERED NANGWARRY 2-6 18
Tantanoola overcame a spirited Kongorong to win by 25 points. In a first half where Kongorong made the most of just about every scoring opportunity they led by 9 points at the 1st change and trailed by just one point at the halfway siren. Tantanoola squandered chances to build a lead in the 2nd quarter with erratic kicking around the goals but began to control play from early in the 3rd quarter. In the tricky wind and rain they added 4 goals and kept Kongorong goal-less to lead by 26 points. Mid-fielders Lyndon Smith, Jack Dawe and Darcy Pink repeatedly sent Tant into attack and Troy Tatt and Pilmore scored often enough to put the game beyond Kongorong’s reach. Tant again wasted chances in the last quarter but despite Kongorong’s 3 goals won comfortably by 25 points.
TANTANOOLA 9-17 71 DEFEATED KONGORONG 7-4 46
Round 12 - July 11, 2015
Best: Kalangadoo - Bradley Auld, Lachlan Jones, Tyler Jones, Jack Casey, James Hunter, Anthony Reynolds. Hatherleigh - Matt Faulkner, Sam Telfer, Samuel Waring, Todd Watson, Brad Wight, Tom Schulz. Goals: Kalangadoo - Jack Casey 2, Michael Krieger 2, Michael Durbidge 2, Anthony Kilsby 2, Chris Mules 2, Alexander Lyon 1, Ben Mules 1, Lachlan Jones 1. Hatherleigh - Sam Telfer 2, Thomas Agnew 1, Tim Merrett 1
Best: Robe - John Dunn, Jack Kelly, Jaryd Dawson, Jack Sneath, Zac Deane, Peter Agnew. Nangwarry : Ben Dinnison, Craig Lock, Craig Hicks, Brayden Kelly, Aaron Hill, Aidan Mills. Goals: Robe - Jack Sneath 6, Peter Agnew 3, Jack Kelly 2, Samual Clements 2, Mathew Cranage 1, Tom Rechner 1, Zac Deane 1, Nick Cane 1. Nangwarry : Karl Schaefer 1, Ben Dinnison 1
Best: Port Mac - Benjamin O'Dine, William Macdonald, Jordan Stark, Dylan Bromley, Ben McGregor, Blake Lynch. Glencoe : Josh Reader, Zacc Cocks, Hamish Medhurst, Dylan Childs, Matthew Kasparian, Kingsley Clark. Goals: Port Mac - Ben McGregor 4, Dylan Bromley 4, Mark Smith 2, Justin Bromley 2, William Macdonald 2, Jordan Stark 2, Malcolm Lewis 1, Scott Enderl 1, James McGregor 1. Glencoe : Josh Reader 2, Michael McRae 2, Tom Edwards 1, Alex Hentschke 1
PORT MAC AND MT BURR A CUT ABOVE IN ROUND 11
by Terry Willoughby, June 30, 2015
Mt Burr overcame a slow start and a pumped up Kalangadoo to run out convincing winners by 41 points in the match of the round. Kalangadoo raced to an early lead with 4 goals to nil by quarter time and looked the better team. Hunter and Reynolds were solid in defence and Williams productive across the midfield. The 2nd quarter saw Mt Burr click into gear through on-baller Clint Gallio and follower Nic Morrison. They shut out the Kalangadoo forwards and added 4 goals and trailed by just 3 points at ½ time. Mt Burr’s dominance continued in the 3rd term when they added 6 goals to just 2 from Kalangadoo. The Wallis boys, Sam and Josh started many moves from defence and kept a tight rein on the Magpie forwards as the Mt Burr lead extended to 18 points at ¾ time. Kalangadoo could do no better than add a solitary point in the last quarter while Mt Burr kept up the momentum with 4 more goals to win comfortably. Better players for Mt Burr were Gallio, Jamie Little, Morrison, Sam and Josh Wallis. Kalangadoo’s best were more noticeable early but Hunter, Williams, Braidon Ousey and Reynolds battled hard to the end.
MT BURR 14-9 93 DEFEATED KALANGADOO 7-10 52
Robe’s improving form continued with a good 28 point win over a disappointing Hatherleigh. The Roosters shot out to a 26 point lead with goal-kicking mid-fielder Nick Cane again leading the way. His dominance around the ground caused huge problems for Hatherleigh and when he went forward his goal sense left defenders floundering. Hatherleigh bounce back in the 2nd quarter when Watson and Duff combined in defence to keep Robe out and the margin was just 2 points in Robe’s favour at ½ time. Cane again stood out in the 3rd quarter and he had plenty of help from Samuel, Kelly and John Dunn as Robe brushed Hatherleigh aside to boot 7 goals to just two and hold a strong 30 point lead at the last change. Caolin Buckley led some sort of a revival for Hatherleigh but Robe matched everything and went on to win by 28 points. Nick Cane was the stand out player on the ground and finished with 9 goals for Robe. Others to do well for Robe were Kelly, Samuel, Dunn and Coxon. Hatherleigh’s best were Buckley, Watson, Duff and Matt Faulkner.
ROBE 18-7 115 TOO GOOD FOR HATHERLEIGH 13-9 87
Glencoe poured more torment on the winless Nangwarry with a 133 point thrashing. Never in danger at any stage, the Murphies piled on 18 goals in the 2ndhalf after an errant display of goal-kicking earlier. Tory Weaver and Michael Mcrae each booted 7 goals for the winners whilst nuggetty Josh Reader knocked up winning plenty of possessions. For Nangwarry only Brayden Kelly, Craig Lock and Craig Hicks showed much fight.
GLENCOE 25-27 177 THRASHED NANGWARRY 7-2 44
Arch-rivals Port MacDonnell and Kongorong had an absorbing battle in the first half where straight kicking kept the game alive. Port Mac wasted many chances with inaccurate kicking brought on by Kongorong’s harassing defence. Port Mac kicked away in the 3rd term when ruckman Will MacDonald lifted and defenders O’Dine and Povey shut out the Kongorong forwards. Port Mac kicked further ahead in the last quarter with 6 goals to 4 and win solidly by 43 points but it should have been more. Best for Port Mac were MacDonald whether in the ruck or around the ground, Ben O’Dine, Dylan Bromley with 4 goals, Povey and Jake Turner. Kongorong’s best were Aaron Harding, Jake Blackwell, Wright and Ham.
PORT MACDONNELL 15-16 106 TOO GOOD FOR KONGORONG 10-3 63
Round 11 - June 27, 2015
Best: Mt Burr - Clinton Gallio, Jamie Little, Nicholas Morrison, Samuel Wallis, Josh Wallis, Thomas Fennell. Kalangadoo - James Hunter, Thomas Williams, Braiden Ousey, Anthony Reynolds, Michael Krieger, Jonathon Kilsby. Goals: Mt Burr - Thomas Fennell 4, Thomas Renzi 3, Frazer Scanlon 2, Thomas Hales 2, Clinton Gallio 2, Dylan Ridley 1. Kalangadoo - Ben Mules 2, Anthony Kilsby 1, Braiden Ousey 1, Michael Krieger 1, Michael Durbidge 1, Lachlan Jones 1
Best: Robe - Nick Cane, Elroy Samuel, Jack Kelly, John Dunn, Tom Rechner, Dylan Coxon. Hatherleigh : Caolan Buckley, Todd Watson, Michael Duff, Matt Faulkner, Samuel Waring. Goals: Robe - Nick Cane 9, Riley Dickinson 2, Jack Kelly 2, Todd Lehmann 1, Jakob Wood 1, Dylan Coxon 1, Zac Deane 1, John Dunn 1. Hatherleigh : Brett Sneath 4, Sam Telfer 3, Thomas Agnew 1, Caolan Buckley 1, Ben Leopold 1, Jack Skeer 1, Tim Merrett 1, Josh Wight 1
Best: Glencoe - Josh Reader, Tory Weaver, Dylan Childs, Michael McRae, Zacc Cocks, Trent Hawke. Nangwarry : Brayden Kelly, Craig Lock, Craig Hicks, Aidan Mills, Marcus Thomson, Aaron Hill. Goals: Glencoe - Tory Weaver 7, Michael McRae 7, Ricky Dalby 3, Joel Carter 3, Zacc Cocks 2, Clay Von Duve 1, Dylan Childs 1, Tom Edwards 1. Nangwarry : Marcus Thomson 1, Vesa Virtanen 1, Nickolas Rowe 1, Craig Hicks 1, Craig Lock 1
Best: Port Mac - William Macdonald, Benjamin O'Dine, Dylan Bromley, Rohan Povey, Jake Turner, Zack Williams. Kongorong : Aaron Harding, Jake Blackwell, Joshua Wright, Nick Ham, Paul Ellis, Robert Hein. Goals: Port Mac - Dylan Bromley 4, Mark Smith 2, Scott Enderl 2, William Macdonald 2, Joel Feast 1, Ben McGregor 1, Tom Sullivan 1, James McGregor 1, Jordan Stark 1. Kongorong : Jason Phillips 2, Aaron Harding 2, Joshua Wright 2, Jake Blackwell 2, Dwayne Phillips 1, Jack Mullan 1
GAMES FOLLOW SCRIPT IN ROUND TEN
June 22, 2015
Kongorong accounted for the winless Nangwarry but hardly in inspiring style. Nangwarry had their best start with 4 goals in the 1st quarter but that was the end for them. Kongorong still led by 10 points but were unable to press home the advantage and only managed 9 more goals to win by 67 points. Nangwarry hassled them for most of the game but couldn’t add any goals to their quarter-time score. Simkin and Jason Phillips each booted 4 goals for Kongorong and Callum Hudson played well. Craig Lock, Kelly and Hicks tried hard for Nangwarry.
KONGORONG 14-9 93 DEFEATED NANGWARRY 4-2 26
Hatherleigh started in great style against Glencoe and then seemed to think it was all over. They led by by 21 points but were outplayed everywhere in the last three quarters. Glencoe raced ahead with 6 goals to nil and lead by 13 points at ½ time. That Hatherleigh stayed in touch in the 3rd was more due to Glencoe’s lack of good play as they extended their lead to just 20 points. Glencoe stepped on the gas in the last quarter and rammed on 8 goals to win easily in the end by 58 points. Glencoe’s best were Alex Hentschke and Adam Creek who each kicked 6 goals, Josh Reader and Matt Kasparian. Brad Wight, Jack Skeer and Matt Faulkner tried hard for a very poor Hatherleigh.
GLENCOE 19-12 126 EASILY OVER HATHERLEIGH 10-8 68
Mt Burr dominated the first half against lowly Robe and led by 56 points at the main break. Nic Morrison and Tyler Stanley were playing well and coach Frazer Scanlon provided an unlikely goal-kicking target and finished with 7. Robe were battling hard to stay in touch with Nick Cane goaling almost every time he had the ball but most of his team-mates were outclassed. Mt Burr piled on 9 goals in the last quarter to win easily by 80 points. Best for Mt Burr were Morrison, Stanley, Tom Renzi, Tom Fennell and coach Frazer Scanlon. Nick Cane with 8 goals was the obvious best for Robe ahead of Coxon and Kelly.
MT BURR 26-16 172 EASILY OVER ROBE 14-8 92
Port MacDonnell had just enough steadiness to account for Tantanoola in the closest game of the round. The biggest margin of the game came in the 3rd quarter as the lead changed hands several times in the first half. Both teams were guilty of missing goals as defenders played well at both ends of the ground. Port Mac battled their way to a 19 point lead at ¾ time with 5 goals to two and appeared to going a little better than Tantanoola. Tant battled on strongly and outscored Port Mac but were unable to bridge the gap allowing Port Mac to hold on by 10 points. Better players for Port Mac were Matt Roscow in defence, Kyall McLean, Joel Feast, Ben O’Dine and James McGregor. Tant, lost no admirers in defeat. Their best were Lyndon Smith, Zeke Courbois, young defender Toby Pink and Radley
PORT MACDONNELL 10-15 75 NARROWLY , TANTANOOLA 9-11 65
Round 10 - June 20, 2015
Best: Mt Burr - Nicholas Morrison, Tyler Stanley, Thomas Renzi, Thomas Fennell, Josh Wallis, Nathan Muhovics. Robe : Nick Cane, Dylan Coxon, Jack Kelly, Mathew Cranage, John Dunn, Zac Deane. Goals: Mt Burr - Frazer Scanlon 7, Thomas Renzi 3, Dylan Ridley 2, Thomas Hales 2, Nathan Muhovics 2, Jonathan Agnew 2, Jack Gregory 2, Thomas Fennell 2, Brodie Hennink 1, Dale Bowering 1, Jake Dowdy 1, Hayden Schultz 1. Robe : Nick Cane 8, Jack Sneath 1, John Dunn 1, Mathew Cranage 1, Todd Lehmann 1
Best: Glencoe - Alex Hentschke, Josh Reader, Adam Creek, Matthew Kasparian, Adam Price, Nicholas Martin. Hatherleigh : Brad Wight, Jack Skeer, Matt Faulkner, Jack Sullivan, Brett Sneath. Goals: Glencoe - Adam Creek 6, Alex Hentschke 6, Michael McRae 3, Tory Weaver 2, Ricky Dalby 1, Max Khan 1. Hatherleigh : Tyson Smith 3, Brett Sneath 2, Jack Sullivan 1, Jack Skeer 1, Tim Merrett 1, Thomas Agnew 1, Caolan Buckley 1
Best: Kongorong - Jason Phillips, Callam Hudson, Nick Ham, Jake Blackwell, Aaron Lightbody. Nangwarry : Craig Lock, Brayden Kelly, Adrian Hicks, Jake McKeon, Brody Sharam, Aiden Paprotny. Goals: Kongorong - Jason Phillips 4, John Simkin 4, Jack Mullan 2, Aaron Harding 1, Bradley Long 1, Jake Blackwell 1, Wesley Milne 1. Nangwarry : Craig Lock 2, Adrian Hicks 1, Brody Sharam 1
Best: Port Mac - Matthew Roscow, Kyall Mcclean, Joel Feast, Benjamin O'Dine, James McGregor, Ryan Fox. Tantanoola : Lyndon Smith, Zeke Courbois, Toby Pink, Bryce Radley, Darcy Pink. Goals: Port Mac - Kyall Mcclean 3, James McGregor 2, Riley Chant 1, William Macdonald 1, Ben McGregor 1, Jordan Stark 1, Dylan Bromley 1. Tantanoola : Zeke Courbois 3, Ben Chant 2, Troy Hatt 1, Lyndon Smith 1, Dylan Tincknell 1, Braydn Reilly 1
BIG MARGINS AGAIN FEATURE IN ROUND NINE
June 15, 2015
Robe displayed their best form in ages when they led Kalangadoo by 3 points at half-time. Mid-fielder Nick Cane was in everything for Robe including being the chief goal-kicker. Unsurprisingly, the wheels fell off in the 2nd half when Kalangadoo sparked up. Five goals to one wiped out the deficit and a barnstorming 10 in the last quarter wiped the bad 1st half memories away for Kalangadoo who raced away to win by 83 points. Jack Casey, James Davies and Brad Auld were best for Kalangadoo whilst Kilsby slotted through 8 goals. All of Robe’s good 1st half came to nought. Their best were Dawson, Jakob Wood, Kelly and Dickinson.
KALANGADOO 20-13 133 EASILY OVER ROBE 7-8 50
Mt Burr thrashed Glencoe to the tune of 111 points after a 10 goal opening quarter. The 64 point lead continued to build from there as Glencoe barely challenged. Mt Burr had 10 individual goal-kickers to highlight their superiority. A rampant mid-field brigade led by Tom Renzi, Clint Gallio and Josh Fiebig dominated whilst Jack Gregory booted 6 and veteran Dale Bowering 5 goals as the rout continued in the 2nd half. Glencoe struggled to find good players but reliable Dylan Childs again battled hard.
MT BURR 27-12 174 THRASHED GLENCOE 9-9 63
It was Tantanoola’s turn to deliver the unpalatable medicine to hapless Nangwarry this week and they did so with a goal-fest, a lazy 7 goals in the 2nd quarter was followed by 9 and 12 goals after ½ time as Tant romped home by 204 points. Ben Chant, normally a defender enjoyed his 15 minutes of fame to boot 10 goals whilst classy youngster Jack Dawe booted 6. Not much can be taken from the win against the winless Nangwarry.
TANTANOOLA 37-17 239 CRUSHED NANGWARRY 5-5 35
Hatherleigh kept their slim final’s hope alive when they returned to the winner’s list with and a nail-biting 2 point victory over the erratic Kongorong. The scores were never far apart in this high-scoring encounter with Kongorong’s deadly accuracy keeping them in touch all game. Hatherleigh led by 15 poits at quarter time and could have wrapped the game up by the half but wasted chances hindered them. Both teams went goal for goal in the 3rd quarter but again Hatherleigh held a 16 point buffer at the last change. Sullivan and Haskett were giving Hatherleigh plenty of drive around the mid-field as well as kicking goals and Watson was solid in defence. Kongorong’s accuracy was now Hatherleigh’s Achilles heel as slowly the Hawks drew closer and the lead evaporated. Forwards Simkin, Jack Mullan and Shaun Phillips never seemed to miss when kicking for goal whilst Hatherleigh now sprayed their shots. The margin was just 2 points in Hatherleigh’s favour when the final siren sounded. Better players for Hatherleigh were Jack Sullivan, Haskett, Matt Faulkner and Watson and they had eleven goalkickers. Kongorong’s best were Hudson, Evans, Simkin with 6 goals, Jason and Shaun Phillps who booted 5.
HATHERLEIGH 19-19 133 JUST OVER KONGORONG 21-5 131
Round 9 - June 13, 2015
Best: Kalangadoo - Jack Casey, James Davies, Bradley Auld, Lachlan Jones, Anthony Kilsby, Dallas Jeffree. Robe : Jaryd Dawson, Jakob Wood, Jack Kelly, Riley Dickinson, Dylan Coxon. Goals: Kalangadoo - Anthony Kilsby 8, Chris Mules 3, Lachlan Jones 3, Tyler Jones 2, Michael Krieger 2, Jack Casey 1, Bradley Auld 1. Robe : Nick Cane 4, Riley Dickinson 1, Barry Fennell 1, Jakob Wood 1
Best: Mt Burr - Thomas Renzi, Josh Fiebig, Dylan Ridley, Jack Gregory, Clinton Gallio, Josh Wallis. Glencoe : Dylan Childs, Nicholas Martin, Kingsley Clark, Tom Edwards, Adam Creek, Matthew Kasparian. Goals: Mt Burr - Jack Gregory 6, Dale Bowering 5, Thomas Renzi 5, Dylan Ridley 3, Lachlan Collyer 2, Thomas Fennell 2, Josh Fiebig 1, Jake Dowdy 1, Taylor Redden 1, Nicholas Morrison 1. Glencoe - Michael McRae 2, Tom Edwards 2, Tory Weaver 2, Zacc Cocks 2, Ricky Dalby 1
Best: Hatherleigh - Jack Sullivan, Bradley Haskett, Matt Faulkner, Todd Watson, Michael Duff, Jack Skeer. Kongorong : Callam Hudson, Harrison Evans, Jason Phillips, John Simkin, Shaun Phillips, Robert Hein. Goals: Hatherleigh - Caolan Buckley 3, Bradley Haskett 2, Jack Sullivan 2, Jase Bateman 2, Jack Skeer 2, Dylan Clough 2, Brett Sneath 2, Tyson Smith 1, Matt Faulkner 1, Tim Merrett 1, Sam Telfer 1. Kongorong : John Simkin 6, Shaun Phillips 5, Jack Mullan 5, Jake Blackwell 3, Robert Hein 1, Joshua Wright 1
Best: Tantanoola - Ben Chant, Zeke Courbois, Jack Dawe, Hayden Brown, Troy Hatt, Josh McRostie. Nangwarry : Jake McKeon, Craig Lock, Matthew Fatchen, Brayden Kelly, Ben Dinnison, John Thomson. Goals: Tantanoola - Ben Chant 10, Jack Dawe 6, Hayden Brown 5, Braydn Reilly 4, Zeke Courbois 3, Tim Stringer 2, Dylan Tincknell 1, Bryce Radley 1, Darcy Pink 1, Troy Hatt 1, Scott Varcoe 1, Josh McRostie 1, Lyndon Smith 1. Nangwarry : Ben Dinnison 2, Jake McKeon 1, Nickolas Rowe 1, Benjamin Deamer 1
MT BURR SURVIVE STERN TEST FROM LOWLY KONGORONG
Kongorong displayed their best form of the season when they provided stiff opposition for league leader Mt Burr. The Hawks led narrowly at the 1st change and looked impressive. Full forward Simkin had returned and was giving them a target near goal. Despite spirited defence Mt Burr slowly got their game moving in the 2nd quarter and added 4 goals to lead by 16 points with Sam and Josh Wallis tightening their defence and Nick Morrison on top at the stoppages. Straight kicking kept Kongorong alive in the 3rd term and Mt Burr many chances and the 22 point margin was not deterring the Hawks. Simkin was now a major concern to Mt Burr as Kongorong steadily closed the gap. Shaun Phillips, youngsters Waters and Blackwell continued to push Kongorong forward but the Wallis boys stood firm for Mt Burr with Gallio and Jon Agnew using their experience wisely the Mozzies held on to win by 10 points. Better players for Mt Burr were Josh and Sam Wallis, Morrison, Ridley and Gallio. Shaun Phillips, Waters, Blackwell and Jason Phillips and Simkin with 6 goals stood out for Kongorong.
Best: Kalangadoo - Alexander Lyon, Dylan Barlow, Bradley Auld, Tyler Jones, Anthony Kilsby. Glencoe : Zacc Cocks, Tom Edwards, Dylan Childs, Clay Von Duve, Nicholas Martin, Edward Trupp. Goals: Kalangadoo - Anthony Kilsby 4, Alexander Lyon 4, Chris Mules 3, Tyler Jones 2, Bradley Auld 1, Sam Mcmanus 1, Michael Krieger 1, Ben Mules 1, Thomas Williams 1. Glencoe : Tory Weaver 2, Ricky Dalby 2, Adam Creek 1, Adam Price 1, Joel Carter 1, Alex Hentschke 1
Best: Mt Burr - Josh Wallis, Samuel Wallis, Nicholas Morrison, Dylan Ridley, Clinton Gallio, Jonathan Agnew. Kongorong : Shaun Phillips, Michael Waters, Jake Blackwell, Jason Phillips, Paul Ellis, John Simkin. Goals: Mt Burr - Dylan Ridley 4, Taylor Redden 2, Jake Dowdy 1, Jonathan Agnew 1, Hayden Schultz 1, Thomas Renzi 1, Frazer Scanlon 1. Kongorong : John Simkin 6, Dwayne Phillips 3, Jack Mullan 2
Best: Tantanoola - Troy Hatt, Zeke Courbois, Josh McRostie, Hayden Brown, Ben Chant, Caleb Williams. Hatherleigh : Joseph Rayson, James Gilbertson, Todd Watson, Jack Sullivan, Matt Faulkner, Michael Gibson. Goals: Tantanoola - Cohen Williams 3, Zeke Courbois 3, Hayden Brown 3, Bryce Radley 2, Ben Chant 2, Troy Hatt 2, Scott Varcoe 2, Caleb Williams 1, Chris Hale 1, Matthew Sorella 1. Hatherleigh : Bradley Haskett 2, Tyson Smith 2, Joseph Rayson 1, Sam Telfer 1, Brett Sneath 1
Best: Port Mac - Mark Smith, Malcolm Lewis, Riley Chant, Justin Bromley, Thomas Lampard, William Macdonald. Nangwarry : Brayden Kelly, Craig Hicks, Craig Lock, Brody Sharam, Brent Reddan, Aaron Hill. Goals: Port Mac - Malcolm Lewis 5, Dylan Bromley 5, Riley Chant 4, James McGregor 4, William Macdonald 3, Scott Enderl 3, Joel Feast 2, Ben McGregor 1, Jordan Stark 1, Mark Smith 1, Justin Bromley 1. Nangwarry : Craig Lock 1, Benjamin Deamer 1
MT BURR OUTLAST TANTANOOLA IN HARD FOUGHT GAME
May 24, 2015
Mt Burr had a real contest on their hands as Tantanoola matched them all over the ground with red-headed youngster Toby Pink starring. The lead changed hands regularly in the 1st half with neither team able to break free. Mt Burr’s forwards always looked dangerous but mobile Troy Hatt and unlikely goal-kicker Tim Stringer kepoint bobbing up for Tant. Tantanoola led by 3 points at half-time and had looked impressive. Mt Burr lifted in the 3rd term with Gregory and veteran Dale Bowering getting among the goals as Tant started to struggle. The Mozzies outscored Tantanoola through the efforts of speedy Dylan Ridley and on-baller Clint Gallio. Mt Burr kept Tant to a solitary goal in the last goal in the last quarter with solid defence from Sam Wallis and strong work by Nick Morrison around the ground. Gregory with 6 goals and 5 to Bowering gave Mt Burr vital avenues in attack. Tantanoola just lack the firepower after 1/2 time and Mt Burr came away to win by 25 points.
MT BURR 18-16 124 DEFEATED TANTANOOLA 15-9 99
Kalangadoo outscored Kongorong in every quarter to win comfortably 71 points. Coach Ben Mules was much admired as a defender in his long career at Glenelg but rarely as a goal-kicker but this all changed against Kongorong. Kalangadoo were always in control and led by 32 points at ¾ time and then piled on 9 goals to two with Mules leading the way. He booted 8 in a match-winning performance as Kalangadoo raced away. Other good players for Kalangadoo were Jack Casey, Chris Mules and Brad Auld. The regulars, Josh Wright, Harrison Evans and Jason Phillips tried hard for Kongorong.
KALANGADOO 22-7 139 TOO GOOD FOR KONGORONG 10-8 69
Glencoe saw off a spirited 1st half effort from Robe to win 61 points. Robe’s form has been anything but impressive but they challenged strongly before ½ time and only trailed by 9 points. Glencoe broke clear in the 3rd quarter with Mcrae dominating at full forward and put the game out of Robe’s reach to lead by 33 points. They continued to outplay Robe in the last quarter and added 6 goals to win easily. Best for Glencoe were Ed Trupp, ever-reliable Dylan Childs, Josh Reader and Mcrae who booted 9 goals. Jack Kelly, Jaryd Dawson and Elroy Samuel tried hard for Robe.
GLENCOE 18-12 120 COMFORTABLY OVER ROBE 9-5 59
Hatherleigh were another team who matched their opponents for a half when they led early against Port MacDonnell. Straight kept Hatherleigh in the game whilst Port Mac wasted chances. Dylan Bromley was always a threat on the forward line for Port Mac but they led by just 2 points at the main break. The 3rd quarter was dominated by Port Mac who straightened their goal-kicking and surged to a 35 point lead as Hatherleigh’s resistance crumbled. Port Mac continued to pile on the goals and the agony on Hatherleigh in the last quarter to win easily by 75 points. Ben McGregor was best for Port Mac ahead Joel Feast, Bromley who kicked 7 goals and Ryan Fox. Dylan Clough, Jack Skeer and Joe Rayson battled away for Hatherleigh but most faded in the 2nd half.
PORT MACDONNELL 20-22 142 EASILY OVER HATHERELIGH 10-7 67
Round 7 - May 23, 2015
Best: Kalangadoo - Ben Mules, Jack Casey, Chris Mules, Bradley Auld, James Hunter, Tyler Jones. Kongorong : Joshua Wright, Harrison Evans, Jason Phillips, Nick Ham, Dwayne Phillips. Goals: Kalangadoo - Ben Mules 8, Anthony Kilsby 3, Reece Carlson 2, Lachlan Jones 2, Alexander Lyon 2, Bradley Auld 2, Tyler Jones 1, Anthony Reynolds 1, Ben Casey 1. Kongorong : Aaron Harding 4, Shaun Phillips 1, Callam Hudson 1, Joshua Wright 1, Darren Whitehorn 1, Jake Blackwell 1,
Taylor Saffin 1
Best: Glencoe - Edward Trupp, Dylan Childs, Josh Reader, Tom Edwards, Michael McRae, Nicholas Martin. Robe : Jack Kelly, Jaryd Dawson, Elroy Samuel, Riley Dickinson, Peter Agnew. Goals: Glencoe - Michael McRae 9, Tom Edwards 3, Joel Carter 2, Clay Von Duve 1, Adam Price 1, Ricky Dalby 1, Zacc Cocks 1. Robe : Mathew Cranage 3, Hamish Kurray 2, Todd Lehmann 1, Jack Kelly 1, Alex Clements 1, Peter Agnew 1
Best: Mt Burr - Nicholas Morrison, Dylan Ridley, Dale Bowering, Samuel Wallis, Clinton Gallio, Jack Gregory. Tantanoola :
Toby Pink, Troy Hatt, Bryce Radley, Darcy Pink, Lyndon Smith, Jack Dawe. Goals: Mt Burr - Jack Gregory 6, Dale Bowering 5, Thomas Renzi 4, Dylan Ridley 2, Clinton Gallio 1. Tantanoola : Tim Stringer 4, Samuel Tincknell 3, Troy Hatt 3, Hayden Brown 2, Lyndon Smith 1, Toby Pink 1, Adam Lindner 1
Best: Port Mac - Ben McGregor, Joel Feast, Dylan Bromley, Ryan Fox, Benjamin O'Dine, Riley Chant. Hatherleigh : Dylan Clough, Jack Skeer, Joseph Rayson, Matt Faulkner, Jack Sullivan, Tom Schulz. Goals: Port Mac - Dylan Bromley 7, Scott Enderl 2, Ben McGregor 2, Mark Smith 2, Jack Cawthorne 2, Joel Feast 1, Riley Chant 1, William Macdonald 1, Tom Sullivan 1, James McGregor 1. Hatherleigh : Tyson Smith 3, Matt Faulkner 2, Brad Wight 2, Jack Skeer 1, Tim Merrett 1, Brett Sneath 1
MT BURR STILL A POWERHOUSE IN MID SOUTH EAST
May 18, 2015
Port hit their first roadblock on the way to top spot when Mt Burr won a tight battle by 21 points. The Mozzies jumped out of the blocks with 6 goals in the 1st quarter and clearly look the better team. Forwards Jack Gregory and Taylor Redden were menacing and Jon Agnew was in everything around the stoppages and gave Mt Burr a 22 point lead. Port Mac shook off the cobwebs and bounced back before ½ time to lead by a solitary point but it should have been more. They had 9 scoring shots to just one from Mt Burr but hadn’t pressed home their advantage. Will MacDonald led the charge but they lacked a dominant forward. Mt Burr’s better value goal-kicking again gave them the lead when they added 3 for the 3rd term whilst Port Mac only managed one. Port Mac were within touch at ¾ time but Mt Burr maintained their edge and added another 3 goals to one and run out winners despite having four scoring shots fewer than Port Mac. Gregory and Redden each booted 4 goals for Mt Burr with Agnew, Tyler Stanley, Sam and Josh Wallis heading the best players. Port Mac were carried for most of the game by Will MacDonald with Joel Feast, Matt Roscow, Ben Mcgregor and Ryan Fox doing well in patches.
MT BURR 13-4 82 DEFEATED PORT MACDONNELL 8-13 61
Hatherleigh easily accounted for Nangwarry by 98 points but the Saints at least managed more than four goals. It was hardly an inspiring performance but a win is a win as Hatherleigh hadn’t been playing all that well. Twelve players shared the goal-kickers list with Brad Wight and Tim Merrett each booting four. Better players for Hatherleigh were Watson in defence, Matt Faulkner and Jack Sullivan around the midfield. For Nangwarry, Jake McKeon, Craig Lock and Braydon Kelly tried hard all day.
HATHERLEIGH 22-20 152 TOO STRONG FOR NANGWARRY 8-6 54
Kongorong outplayed and over-ran Robe after quarter-time to record an easy win. Robe had many chances early but trailed by a point at quarter time but barely put up a contest from there-on. Kongorong recruit Callum Hudson gave the Robe defence a hard time and finished with 6 goals but it was Jake Blackwell, Josh Wright and Aaron Lightbody who provided the drive as the Hawks went to a 22 point lead at ½ time. Kongorong dominated the 2nd half and kept Robe goal-less in the last quarter whilst booting 8 of their own to win by 85 points. Kongorong’s best were Blackwell, Wright, Lightbody, Harrison Evans and Hudson. It was another dirty day for Robe with Dawson, Ben Jess and Riley Dickinson battling away.
KONGORONG 21-12 138 THRASHED ROBE 7-11 53
Kalangadoo were another team to make use of a good start when they quickly asserted themselves over Tantanoola. The Magpies were quickly into stride and went to a 20 point lead at quarter-time. Former basketball star Dallas Jeffree use his height to great advantage for Kalangadoo and coach Ben Mules led by example as the Magpies went further ahead in the 2nd term. Anthony Kilsby was in good touch at full forward and Tant had no answers as they trailed by 36 points at the main break. Tant closed the margin to 30 points in the 3rd quarter but Kalangadoo were still going well. McRostie and former coach Tim Stringer led the revival but Tant couldn’t find a reliable avenue to goal. Tant again outscored Kalangadoo in the final term but they had given away too much of a start. Jeffree, Ben and John Mules, Jack Casey and Kilsby with 7 crucial goals were best for Kalangadoo. Tant’s best were McRostie, former coach Tim Stringer, Sam Tincknell and Chris Hale.
KALANGADOO 17-10 112 OUTLASTED TANTANOOLA 13-13 91
Round 6 - May 16, 2015
Best: Kongorong - J. Blackwell , J. Wright , A. Lightbody , H. Evans , C. Hudson , A. Harding. Robe - J. Dawson , B. Jess , R. Dickinson , E. Samuel , K. McDowell , J. Matthews. Goals: Kongorong - C. Hudson 6, J. Wright 3, J. Blackwell 3, A. Harding 2, D. Phillips 2, W. Milne , P. Ellis , S. Phillips , K. Weistra , M. Waters. Robe - M. Cranage 2, N. Cane , J. Keane , K. McDowell , R. Dickinson , J. Sneath
Best: Hatherleigh - T. Watson , M. Faulkner , J. Sullivan , D. Clough , T. Merrett , J. Wight. Nangwarry - J. McKeon , B. Kelly , A. Heron , C. Lock , M. Fatchen , N. Rowe. Goals: Hatherleigh - T. Merrett 4, B. Wight 4, H. Smith 2, B. Sneath 2, J. Sullivan 2, J. Skeer 2, M. Faulkner , D. Clough , J. Bateman , T. Schulz , J. Rayson , S. Telfer. Nangwarry - M. Fatchen 3, A. Stewart 2, J. Barnes , B. Dinnison , B. Deamer
Best: Mt Burr - J. Agnew , T. Stanley , S. Wallis , J. Wallis , D. Ridley , C. Gallio. Port Mac - W. Macdonald , J. Feast , M. Roscow , R. Fox , B. McGregor , J. Turner. Goals: Mt Burr - T. Redden 4, J. Gregory 4, F. Scanlon , B. Hennink , J. Agnew , C. Gallio , D. Ridley. Port Mac - S. Enderl 2, J. McGregor , Z. Williams , J. Smith , J. Bromley , J. Feast , B. Lynch
Best: Kalangadoo - D. Jeffree , B. Mules , J. Casey , A. Kilsby , C. Mules , L. Jones. Tantanoola - J. McRostie , S. Tincknell , T. Stringer , C. Hale , T. Pink , C. Williams. Goals: Kalangadoo - A. Kilsby 7, A. Lyon 2, C. Mules 2, L. Jones 2, J. Casey , B. Mules , T. Jones , R. Carlson. Tantanoola - S. Tincknell 4, J. McRostie , T. Hatt , B. Radley , J. Dawe , C. Hale , D. Pink , C. Williams , B. Reilly , C. Williams
REIGNING PREMIERS GO DOWN TO IMPRESSIVE PORT MAC
Port Mac led throughout to defeat Kalangadoo by 31 points. The Bay boys started well with Will MacDonald again in imposing form around the ground and at the stoppages. They led by 15 points at quarter time but Kalangadoo fought back strongly in the 2nd quarter and could have been in front with a little more steadiness near goal. Coach Ben Mules and Casey had led the surge but Port Mac still led by 3 points. MacDonald continued to star in the 3rd quarter as Port Mac edged further ahead with Blake Lynch and Mark Smith winning plenty of touches to give their team a 21 point lead. It was a handy lead in trying conditions and Port Mac consolidated to win by 31 pts. Lynch, MacDonald, Mark Smith and youngster Tim Sullivan were best for Port Mac. Kalangadoo’s best in a lack lustre effort were Casey, Lachy Jones, Ben and Chris Mules.
Best: Glencoe - T. Edwards , T. Hawke , D. Childs , Z. Cocks , A. Hentschke , C. Von Duve. Kongorong - J. Wright , D. Phillips , J. Phillips , H. Evans , J. Blackwell. Goals: Glencoe - T. Edwards 5, A. Kennedy 3, J. Carter 2, N. Martin 2, M. McRae 2, E. Bronca , A. Creek. Kongorong - J. Phillips 3, C. Hudson 3, A. Harding 3, J. Blackwell 2, K. Weistra
Best: Port Mac - B. Lynch , W. Macdonald , M. Smith , T. Sullivan , B. McGregor , S. Enderl. Kalangadoo - J. Casey , L. Jones , C. Mules , B. Mules , A. Reynolds , J. Pratt. Goals: Port Mac - D. Bromley 3, M. Lewis 2, J. McGregor 2, W. Macdonald , T. Lampard , B. Lynch , J. Feast , J. Turner , B. McGregor , J. Bromley. Kalangadoo - A. Lyon 2, A. Kilsby 2, R. Carlson , B. Mules , T. Jones , J. Casey
Best: Mt Burr - B. Hennink , J. Wallis , T. Renzi , J. Gregory , T. Redden , N. Morrison. Nangwarry - M. Fatchen , B. Dinnison , B. Deamer , B. Reddan , J. McKeon , A. Mills. Goals: Mt Burr - J. Gregory 7, T. Redden 6, T. Renzi 3, D. Ridley 2, D. Bowering 2, T. Hales , D. Lambert , F. Scanlon , J. Dowdy. Nangwarry - H. Sanders , B. Sharam
Best: Tantanoola - J. Dawe , S. Tincknell , J. Fleming , Z. Walker , L. Smith , J. McRostie. Robe - R. Dickinson , J. Dawson , B. Jess , P. Agnew , J. Wood , E. Samuel. Goals: Tantanoola - J. Dawe 6, D. Tincknell 5, C. Williams 2, L. Smith , T. Pink , D. Knaggs , C. Williams. Robe - J. Wood , S. Altschwager , M. Cranage , R. Dickinson
ONE-SIDED RESULTS A CONCERN - ROUND FOUR REPORT
Monday 4 May, 2015
Three out of four MSE games were decidedly one-sided with each of the losing teams posting the same score, a paltry 4-4 28 whilst their opponents went on a goal-kicking rampage.
KALANGADOO 33-18 216 DEMOLISHED NANGWARRY 4-4 28
Kalangadoo polished off the hapless Nangwarry by kicking 10 goals to a solitary point in the 1st qtr before romping in by 188 points. Anthony Kilsby booted 8 goals, Jack Casey and Alex Lyon 5 each for Kalangadoo. The Mules brothers, Chris and John starred along Brad Auld and Tyler Jones. A long winter lies ahead for Nangwarry who have little to work with.
PORT MACDONNELL 28-14 182 THRASHED ROBE 4-4 28
Port MacDonnell made short work of the other fishing village, Robe by a huge 154 points. Eleven players got on the Port Mac goal-kicker’s list with James McGregor doing best with 6. Big Will McDonald was the best player and another medal win at season’s end appears likely. Others to do well were Justin and Dylan Bromley and Mark Smith. Veterans Pete Agnew and Dylan Coxon toiled hard for Robe.
MT BURR 23-15 153 EASILY OVER HATHERLEIGH 4-4 28
Mt Burr clicked into overdrive after quarter-time to completely rout Hatherleigh by 125 pts. The Mozzies powerful mid-field and on-ball brigade took complete control around the stoppages and bombed the ball forward for Jack Gregory to boot 7 goals. Mt Burr led by 48 points at half time and never looked in danger after that. They continued to pile on the goals whilst Hatherleigh looked on. Better players for Mt Burr Josh Fiebig, Brodie Hennink, Josh Wallis, Gallio and Tom Renzi. Hatherleigh scarcely had a good player.
TANTANOOLA 18-17 125 TOO GOOD FOR GLENCOE 12-10 82
The only game that showed any signs of a contest was Tantanoola and Glencoe and that could have been all over if Tant had kicked straight early in the game. Tant had more of the play through the good work of Hayden Brown and classy youngster Jack Dawe across the centre with Josh Mcrostie also doing well in the ruck but the forwards managed only 7 goals from 19 scoring shots. Glencoe made the most of their chances and with Zacc Cocks and Dylan Childs keeping them in the game trailed 20 pts at the half-time break. Tantanoola got their straight kicking boots on and slammed on 8 goals to Glencoe’s 2 in the 3rd quarter and race to a match-winning lead of 57 points. Cohen Williams at full forward and Sam Tincknell booted 5 and 4 goals respectively. Glencoe outscored Tant in the last qtr but it was all too late as Tantanoola won comfortably by 40 points.
Best for the winners were Brown, Williams, Jack Dawe and Mcrostie. For Glencoe, Cocks and Childs gave their all a usual, Alex Hentschke and Ed Trupp.
Round 4 - May 2, 2015
Best: Kalanagadoo - Chris Mules, Bradley Auld, Tyler Jones, John Mules, Anthony Kilsby, Michael Jones. Nangwarry : Matthew Fatchen, Ben Dinnison, Jake McKeon, Craig Hicks, Patrick Wilondga. Goals: Kalangadoo - Anthony Kilsby 8, Jack Casey 5, lexander Lyon 5, Reece Carlson 3, Tyler Jones 3, Lachlan Jones 3, James Hunter 2, Michael Krieger 2, Lachlan Farrugia 2. Nangwarry : Craig Hicks 2, Aidan Mills 1, Adam Gartside 1
Best: Port Mac - William Macdonald, Justin Bromley, Mark Smith, Dylan Bromley, Riley Chant, Ben McGregor. Robe : Peter Agnew, Dylan Coxon, Benjamin Jess, Jaryd Dawson, Elroy Samuel, Riley Dickinson. Goals: Port Mac - James McGregor 6, Dylan Bromley 5, William Macdonald 4, Justin Bromley 3, Benjamin O'Dine 2, Wade Chant 2, Ben McGregor 2, Scott Enderl 1, Thomas Lampard 1, Mark Smith 1, Blake Lynch 1. Robe : Peter Agnew 2, Riley Dickinson 1, Jed Regnier 1
Best: Tantanoola - Hayden Brown, Cohen Williams, Jack Dawe, Josh McRostie, Samuel Tincknell, Chris Hale. Glencoe : Alex Hentschke, Dylan Childs, Zacc Cocks, Edward Trupp, Ben Hentschke, Clay Von Duve. Goals: Tantanoola - Tantanoola : Cohen Williams 5, Samuel Tincknell 4, Matt Pilmore 3, Jason Dawe 1, Dylan Tincknell 1, Jack Dawe 1, Dustin Knaggs 1, Hayden Brown 1, Ben Chant 1. Glencoe : Michael McRae 5, Tory Weaver 2, Alex Hentschke 1, Tom Edwards 1, Zacc Cocks 1, Alan Kennedy 1, Ben Hentschke 1
Best: Mt Burr - Josh Fiebig, Brodie Hennink, Josh Wallis, Clinton Gallio, Thomas Renzi, Jonathan Agnew. Hatherleigh : Mark Cooper, Samuel Waring, Anthony Driessen. Goals: Mt Burr - Mt Burr : Jack Gregory 7, Dale Bowering 3, Taylor Redden 3, linton Gallio 3, Jonathan Agnew 2, Thomas Fennell 2, Thomas Renzi 1, Josh Fiebig 1, Jake Dowdy 1. Hatherleigh : Tim Merrett 1, Sam Telfer 1, Josh Wight 1, Mitch Pulmer 1
ROUND THREE - ANZAC FOOTBALL, Monday 27 April, 2015
Glencoe trailed nearly all day against Port Mac with ruckman Will McDonald leading the way. The margin gradually increased in the 1st half with Port Mac 15 points ahead. Sullivan and Scott Enderl were energetic performers whilst Glencoe struggled to find winners. Port Mac increased the tempo after half-time and led by 29 points at ¾ time and kept up the momentum in the last to win by 44 points. Enderl, Sullivan and McDonald starred for Port Mac. Glencoe’s best were the usual suspects of Dylan Childs, Zacc Cocks and Al Kennedy.
Kalangadoo came from 21 points down at half-time to swamp Hatherleigh with a 9 goal burst in the 3rd quarter. Hatherleigh had looked the better team for most of the first half but were blown away by the reigning premiers. Lyon and Lachie Jones did the damage around goal with 5 and 4 respectively and Casey, Pratt and coach Ben Mules were among the best for Kalangadoo. A shell-shocked Hatherleigh recovered some ground but Kalangadoo heLd on to win by 5 points. Wight, Rayson and Watson were Hatherleigh’s best.
Robe smashed Nangwarry in an extremely one sided affair by 127 points.
Kongorong hosted Tantanoola on ANZAC day and Tant quickly assumed control in windy, wet conditions which had Kongorong in trouble. Tincknell was a key target near goal and recruit Troy Hatt also bobbed up with several goals as Tant got away to a 28 point lead at quarter time. Kongorong were continually playing catch-up footy and the Tant defence stood up well. The 3rd quarter saw Tant kick away through the good play of Hale and former coach Tim Stringer. They had more avenues to goal with Tincknell and Hatt dangerous everytime they went near the ball. Kongorong struggled to find a way forward against the Tant defence and only Josh Wright and the Phillips brothers, Shaun and Jason had much influence. The last quarter was Kongorong’s best but the margin was too great and despite late goals Tantanoola won comfortably by 39 points. Hale, Tincknell with 5 goals and Tim Stringer headed the best for Tantanoola. It was a different story for Kongorong with Wright and the Phillip’s brothers their best.
Round 3 - April 25 & 26, 2015
Best: Tantanoola - Chris Hale, Samuel Tincknell, Tim Stringer, Toby Pink, Josh McRostie, Dustin Knaggs. Kongorong : Joshua Wright, Jason Phillips, Shaun Phillips, Wesley Milne, Nick Ham. Goals: Tantanoola - Samuel Tincknell 5, Troy Hatt 3, James Fleming 2, Josh McRostie 2, Hayden Brown 2, Chris Hale 1. Kongorong : John Simkin 3, Shaun Phillips 2, Andrew Last 2, Jake Blackwell 1, Dwayne Phillips 1
Best: Port Mac - S. Enderl , T. Sullivan , W. Macdonald , J. Turner , R. Fox , D. Bromley. Glencoe - D. Childs , Z. Cocks , A. Kennedy , S. Walker , J. Finnis , E. Trupp. Goals: Port Mac - D. Bromley 3, S. Enderl 3, M. Smith 3, B. Lynch , R. Chant , M. Lewis , J. Drakeley , J. Feast , W. Macdonald , J. Bromley. Glencoe - R. Dalby 4, M. McRae 2, Z. Cocks , T. Weaver , A. Kennedy , A. Creek
Best: Kalangadoo - J. Casey , J. Pratt , L. Jones , B. Mules , A. Lyon , J. Hunter. Hatherleigh - J. Wight , J. Rayson , T. Watson , M. Fabris , J. Sullivan , S. Waring. Goals: Kalanagadoo - A. Lyon 5, L. Jones 4, T. Williams , T. Jones , C. Mules , M. Jones , A. Kilsby , D. Jeffree , M. Krieger , J. Casey. Hatherleigh - J. Bateman 3, S. Telfer 3, T. Merrett 2, J. Wight 2, M. Fabris 2, T. Agnew , B. Wight , M. Faulkner
Best: Robe - N. Cane , J. Dawson , P. Agnew , J. Kelly , F. Bigmore , J. Pettit. Nangwarry - M. Fatchen , B. Dinnison , C. Hicks , B. Deamer , C. Lock , A. Russell. Goals: Robe - J. Kelly 6, R. Dew 3, R. Dickinson 3, N. Cane 3, D. Coxon 2, J. Sneath 2, S. Altschwager. Nangwarry - B. Reddan , B. Dinnison
SEASONS FIRST DRAW PLUS MT BURR WIN EARLY POINTS OVER REIGNING PREMIER KALANGADOO
Round Two - report, April 20 2015
A much improved performance by Robe saw them share the points with Hatherleigh in a low scoring encounter. Scores were locked together most of the game with Robe ahead by just a point at quarter time. Veteran Fabian Bigmore and Nick Cane were good players for Robe but Matt Fabris and Jack Sullivan were just as good for Hatherleigh who had levelled the scores at ½ time. Robe edged ahead in the 3rd term to lead by 11points which should have been more and Hatherleigh were still in it. Again conditions were playing a part but Hatherleigh slowly closed the gap whilst Robe missed the target on several occasions and at the final siren the scores were locked together at 60 points apiece to give the MSEFL the 1st draw of 2015.
Mt Burr held a narrow lead for most of the game against Kalangadoo in their first battle of 2015 but there was hardly a moment when they thought victory was safe. The Mozzies led by 7 points at quarter time with on-ballers Jon Agnew, Clint Gallio and Josh Wallis involved in most forward moves but the Kalangadoo backlines were holding firm.
The 2nd quarter saw Mt Burr take control around the stoppages and mid-field but waste many chances with poor finishing in front of goal, registering only 3 goals from 13 scoring shots. This gave them the biggest lead of the game of 22 points but also kept Kalangadoo within reach. Patrick Davies and John Mules led the fightback in the 3rd term as the 2014 premiers closed in to reduce the margin to a solitary at the last change. Both teams now struggled against the slippery conditions and goals were hard to get with defenders desperately restricting both sets of forwards but Mt Burr held on at the finish. Better players for the mozzies were prolific ball-winners in Jon Agnew, Josh Wallis and Gallio along with Will Whitty in defence. Davies, John Mules, Alexander Lyon and Jack Casey played well for Kalangadoo but it is Mt Burr with the early bragging rights.
Glencoe smashed Nangwarry in the last 3 quarters to win by 132 points. The Murphies held Nangwarry goal-less in the 1st half but it was really in the 2nd half that they stormed away by booting 9 goals in the 3rd term. Their forwards were fed plenty of chances by mid-fielders Tom Edwards, Zacc Cocks and the speedy Al kennedy. Nangwarry had no answers as Glencoe piled on another 7 goals in the final term to redeem themselves from a narrow loss in the first round.
Port MacDonnell were never in any danger against arch-rival Kongorong but wasted plenty of chances around goal. They had 35 scoring shots to just 10 by Kongorong but only won by 65 points. On-baller Ben McGregor and star big man Will McDonald were just too good for their opponents and provided constant drive for Port Mac. Kongorong managed only 2 goals in the 1st three quarters with Ben O’Dine leading a resolute defence for Port Mac.
ROBE DRAWS GAME AT HATHERLEIGH
Round 2 - April 18, 2015
Best: Hatherleigh - Matthew Fabris, Jack Sullivan, Josh Wight, Jase Bateman, Mark Cooper, Jack Skeer. Robe : Fabian Bigmore, Nick Cane, Peter Agnew, Jakob Wood, Jack Kelly, Dylan Coxon. Goals: Hatherleigh - Marcus Bennett 2, Brad Wight 2, Brett Sneath 1, Matt Faulkner 1, Jack Sullivan 1, Jase Bateman 1, Sam Telfer 1. Robe : Jack Kelly 3, John Dunn 2, Nick Cane 2, Elroy Samuel 1
Best: Mt Burr - Jonathan Agnew, Josh Wallis, William Whitty, Clinton Gallio, Samuel Wallis, Dylan Ridley. Kalangadoo - Patrick Davies, John Mules, Alexander Lyon, Jack Casey, James Davies, Thomas Williams. Goals: Mt Burr - Taylor Redden 4, Dylan Ridley 2, Jack Gregory 2, Jake Dowdy 1, Thomas Fennell 1, Thomas Renzi 1. Kalangadoo - Alexander Lyon 2, Bradley Auld 2, Anthony Kilsby 2, Lachlan Jones 2, James Davies 1, Michael Krieger 1, Michael Jones 1
Best: Port Mac - Ben McGregor, William Macdonald, Mark Smith, Justin Bromley, Benjamin O'Dine, Zack Williams. Kongorong : Joshua Wright, Marty Von Stanke, Callam Hudson, Harrison Evans, Andrew Last. Goals: Port Mac - Dylan Bromley 4, William Macdonald 3, Malcolm Lewis 2, Benjamin O'Dine 1, Jay Drakeley 1, Matthew Roscow 1, Zack Williams 1, James McGregor 1. Kongorong : Joshua Wright 2, Darren Whitehorn 1, Harrison Evans 1, John Simkin 1, Andrew Last 1
Best: Glencoe - Tom Edwards, Zacc Cocks, Josh Reader, Dylan Childs, Alan Kennedy, Joel Carter. Nangwarry : Matthew Fatchen, Jake McKeon, Benjamin Deamer, Brayden Kelly, Aidan Mills, Patrick Wilondga. Goals: Glencoe - Michael McRae 5, Tory Weaver 4, Ricky Dalby 4, Adam Creek 2, Ethan Bronca 2, Zacc Cocks 2, Alan Kennedy 2, Tom Edwards 1, Josh Reader 1, Sam Walker 1, Alex Hentschke 1, Dylan Childs 1. Nangwarry : Karl Schaefer 1, Matthew Fatchen 1, Brody Sharam 1, Jake McKeon 1
KONGORONG HAVE BEST START IN YEARS
Regularly disappointing Kongorong made a flying start to 2015 by defeating Nangwarry by 67 points. The Hawks went further ahead at every change. They had productive forwards in Simkin and Jason Phillips with young guns Waters and Wright providing plenty of drive. Nangwarry struggled to find a reliable forward and it was only small man Craig Lock who looked dangerous. Kongorong should have won by much more but sprayed plenty of shots wide of the goals to win easily.
Best: Hatherleigh - B. Haskett , T. Merrett , J. Sullivan , T. Bell , M. Fabris , B. Wight. Glencoe - Z. Cocks , M. Kasparian , D. Childs , , D. Paproth , M. McRae. Goals: Hatherleigh - B. Wight 5, B. Sneath 3, T. Bell 2, S. Telfer 2, J. Rayson , B. Fabris. Glencoe - M. McRae 4, T. Weaver 3, Z. Cocks 3, C. Von Duve 2, R. Dalby , E. Bronca
Best: Kongorong - H. Evans , M. Waters , J. Phillips , D. Phillips , J. Wright. Nangwarry - J. McKeon , M. Fatchen , C. Lock , B. Kelly , A. Hill , H. Sanders. Goals: Kongorong - J. Simkin 5, J. Phillips 3, J. Wright 2, J. Blackwell 2, M. Waters , A. Harding , B. Weaver , A. Last. Nangwarry - C. Lock 4, B. Dinnison 2, B. Deamer , J. McKeon
Best: Port Mac - D. Bromley , S. Enderl , R. Povey , W. Macdonald , J. Turner , A. Taylor. Tantanoola - H. Brown , T. Pink , C. Hale , J. McRostie , J. Dawe , C. Williams. Goals: Port Mac - W. Macdonald 2, D. Bromley 2, R. Chant 2, S. Enderl 2, J. Bromley , J. McGregor. Tantanoola - M. Pilmore 3, H. Brown 2, S. Tincknell , J. Dawe , A. Pierri
Mid South East season opener at Robe - Good Friday, April 3, 2015
Best: Mt Burr - D. Ridley , C. Gallio , J. Agnew , J. Fiebig , B. Hennink , J. Dowdy. Robe - R. Dickinson , J. Dunn , P. Agnew , E. Samuel , F. Bigmore. Goals: Mt Burr - J. Gregory 6, D. Ridley 4, F. Scanlon 2, T. Fennell , J. Dowdy , D. Bowering , J. Fiebig. Robe - R. Dickinson 6, J. Dunn 2
ROBE GOT THE CASH AT THE GATE BUT MT BURR GOT THE EASTER EGSS AT THE END
April 7, 2015
Robe invited all clubs for a Good Friday game but Mt Burr were first to accept and a big crowd of locals turned out to watch along with plenty of holiday-makers. The Roosters made the most of their chances early and led by 4 points at qtr-time with Dickenson and Dunn lively near goal.
Mt Burr got on top during the 2nd term through Mail Medallist Clint Gallio and Jon Agnew around the stoppages and midfield. Gregory and Dylan Ridley were damaging near goal as the Mossies went to half time with 14 point lead.
The 3rd quarter saw Mt Burr take control as they added 6 goals to double Robes score at the last change, Agnew and Gallio had too much skill and ball-winning ability around the packs and constantly drove Mt Burr into attack where Gregory and Ridley continued to finish with goals. Robe had plenty of scoring chances in the last quarter but sprayed most of them and were still outscored in the run home. Mt Burr won quite easily in the end by 47 points.
Better players for Mt Burr were prolific ball winners,Clint Gallio and Jon Agnew, Fiebig, Hennink and recruit Jake Dowdy with Jack Gregory and Dylan Ridley booting 6 and 4 goals each. The Roosters struggled around the ground and had only two goalkickers in Dickinson who got 6 and Dunn with 2, they headed Robe’s best along with Peter Agnew.
KALANGADOO CELEBRATE GRAND FINAL WIN
by Terry Willoughby, September 15, 2014
Kalangadoo made a strong start in a bid to win their 1st flag since 2001. They had prominent targets in Kilsby and Matt Doody goal and the Tant backline was under siege for most of the 1st quarter whilst the Tant forwards were struggling to have much impact. The Magpies led by 19 points and already the signs looked ominous for Tant.
Kalangadoo’s dominance extended into the 2nd term with the Mule’s brothers, Ben and John winning handsomely around the stoppages and midfield. They provided a steady stream of chances to their forwards as Kalangadoo raced away with 6 goals to just 2 from Tant to have a 41 point lead at the ½ time break.
Pratt at halfback for Kalangadoo had shut out the dangerous Co Williams and Tom Williams on the wing was winning many kicks to keep Tant on the defensive. Kalangadoo led in the race to the ball on most occasions and even though Tant started to make better use of the ball in the 3rd term through Versace at half-forward nearly all the other avenues to goal were closed down and Kalangadoo again outscored Tant with Kilsby dominating around the goal-front.
Tim Stringer and Lyndon Smith were battling hard for Tant but lacked penetration as the Magpie backmen kept sending the ball back. Jack Dawe, the youngest player for Tant was doing well but was outnumbered around the contest. The lead at ¾ time was now out to 49 points and Kalangadoo had a strong grip on the Premiership cup.
Tant managed some scoreboard respectability but Kalangadoo matched everything they did. Kilsby continued to torment the Tant defenders on his way to a match-winning 9 goal performance. Tant battled the game out but were no match for the fresher and better skilled Kalangadoo who won easily by 53 points. Anthony Kilsby lived up to his nickname “Killa” to be best a field and win the Stan Jones medal, others to play well were coach Ben Mules, John Mules in the ruck, Andrew Stone and Tom Williams across the centre and Pratt who was strong in defence. Tantanoola were never really in the hunt and were best served by Versace who booted 6 goals, Jack Dawe, James Fleming, Cam Saint and Lyndon Smith but many were simply unsighted.
GRAND FINAL at PORT MACDONNELL, September 13, 2014
Best: Kalangadoo - A. Kilsby , B. Mules , J. Mules , A. Stone , J. Pratt , T. Williams. Tantanoola - J. Dawe , J. Fleming , R. Versace , C. Saint , L. Smith. Goals: Kalangadoo - A. Kilsby 9, M. Doody 4, M. Durbidge 2, B. Casey 2, B. Auld , T. Jones , A. Lyon , A. Stone , B. Mules. Tantanoola - R. Versace 6, C. Saint 3, M. Pilmore 2, G. Gascoyne , T. Pink
2015 - Fixture
Round 1 Good Friday April 3
Round 2 - April 18
Round 3 - April 26 (Sunday)
Round 4 - May 2
Round 5 - May 9
Round 6 - May 16
Round 7 - May 23
Round 8 - May 30
Round 9 - June 13
Round 10 - June 20
Round 11 - June 27
Round 12 - July 11
Round 13 - July 18
Round 14 - July 25
Round 15 - August 1
Round 16 - August 8
Round 17 - August 15
Round 18 - August 22
August 29 - First Semi
September 5 - Second Semi
September 12 - Prelim Final
September 19 - Grand Final